Forbes Credits Dominica’s “Fastest Growing Economy in the Caribbean” to Green Growth
Forbes has spotlighted The Residences at Secret Bay in the recent article titled, “Green Growth Has Made Dominica The Fastest Growing Economy In The Caribbean.” The write-up delves into Dominica’s plans to become the world’s first climate-resilient nation, noting that its Citizenship By Investment (CBI) Programme is “the backbone of its green growth strategy.”
Beyond the CBI Programme’s Economic Diversification Fund giving to projects such as “hurricane-proof public housing and a geothermal plant that promises to provide clean energy to 23,000 homes,” the article highlights the opportunity under the Real Estate arm of the programme to support the ecotourism sector by investing in approved developments such as The Residences at Secret Bay — a first-of-its-kind citizenship by investment real estate project with ready product, proven financial performance and a competitive exit strategy.
Secret Bay’s has garnered significant recognition as of late. Most recently, amidst the COVID-19 pandemic, the six-star, Green Globe certified resort was named the #1 Resort Hotel in the Caribbean, Bermuda, and the Bahamas in Travel + Leisure World’s Best Awards. As shared in the article, proprietor Gregor Nassief attributes much of this honor to the resort’s “commitment to responsible luxury and sustainability.”
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