Range Picks Grenada For Third Caribbean CBI-Project After Disappointments in St Lucia, St Kitts

Following unconfirmed reports last week, Range Developments has today officially announced that it will be developing several projects in Grenada’s La Sagesse area, beginning with a Six Senses luxury resort. Describing the first project, Range writes in a press release that the hotel’s setting will be in “an unspoilt area of remarkable natural beauty with

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Caribbean Travel Awards: CBI-Development Park Hyatt Saint Kitts “Hotel of the Year” in the Caribbean

Caribbean Journal, the region’s leading publication on tourism and hospitality, has awarded Range Developments’ Park Hyatt Saint Kitts “Hotel of the Year”. Explaining its decision, Caribbean Journal says the development was a “game-changer” for the island. “When it debuted at the end of 2017, the Park Hyatt St Kitts, Park Hyatt’s first-ever Caribbean hotel, was

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“I Went F****ing Mad” – Range Sues Writers Over Alleged Fake-Arrest Story

Range Developments, perhaps the biggest CBI-developer in the Caribbean, has filed a lawsuit against two individuals for their alleged part in the propagation of an article claiming the firm’s Vice-Chairman, Mohammed Asaria, had been detained by Chinese police during a visit to the country last month, according to a press release, reprinted in full below.

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Saint Lucia PM Facing Lawsuit Over Black Bay CBI-Development

Following the stagnation of the planned Ritz-Carlton CBI-development in Saint Lucia – an administrative failure for which Saint Lucian Prime Minister Allen Chastanet assumed full responsibility in April – the PM is now faced with an ultimatum from Range: Repay the money invested in Black Bay, or expect a lawsuit. Related: “I Take Full Responsibility” Says

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Range Developments, Attacked Again in Anonymously Written Articles, Denies Allegations

Range Developments has once more suffered attacks in the form of anonymously written articles. Press release via Range Developments: JUNE 16 An article published today on Citizenshipinsider.com, a website, called ‘The real truth behind the questioning in China of Mohammed Asaria, the chairman of Range Developments’ is riddled with false allegations and inaccuracies. The website,

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Asaria Speaks Out: “We Put All This Fake News Behind Us” and “Let Our Projects do The Talking”

Speaking to Investment Migration Insider during this week’s Investment Migration Forum in Geneva, Mohammed Asaria, founder of Range Developments, adopted a decidedly sanguine attitude toward recent malevolent attacks on his firm’s reputation. “It was very surprising to me that I had been purportedly detained in China when I was in Geneva […] It’s a shame

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Harvey Law Takes 20% Stake in Range’s New Six Senses CBI-Development

Press release via Harvey Law Group: Phnom Penh – May 28, 2018 Harvey Law Group (HLG), one of Asia’s leading legal firms focusing on investment immigration and mobility, announced that one of its portfolio companies has acquired nearly 20% of the inventory in the newly launched Six Senses St. Kitts being developed by Range Developments

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Fake Arrest Article “Was Sponsored” Says Publisher in Apology to Range Developments

News Americas has issued an apology to Range Developments and Mohammed Asaria for publishing a story on Monday in which it wrote that Mr. Asaria had been arrested and detained in China, and have also admitted that the article was “a sponsored one from an advertiser”. When the story first surfaced on June 4th, Range

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Range-Boss Asaria Dispels Fake News Regarding Arrest in China

Yesterday, a news outlet based in the Caribbean published a story claiming Mohammed Asaria – founder of Range Developments, the developer of Park Hyatt Saint Kitts, the Cabrits Resort in Dominica, as well as the Six Senses Saint Kitts – had been arrested and detained in China on suspicion of illegal fundraising. Range Developments have

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WATCH: Caribbean Citizenship by Investment – Episode 1: Saint Kitts & Nevis

Episode 1 of the documentary series Caribbean Citizenship by Investment, the first-ever documentary on all five citizenship by investment programs (CIPs) in the Caribbean, is now available. In the series, we visit each country to learn more about the respective citizenship by investment programs and life on the ground on the islands. The first episode covers

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Saint Kitts’ Park Hyatt CBI-Resort on Condé Nast’s World’s Best New Hotels Hotlist 2018

Condé Nast Traveler, arguably the world’s leading travel magazine, has listed the Park Hyatt Saint Kitts, a development funded in large part by that country’s Citizenship by Investment Programme, as among the 102 best new hotels in the world in 2018. For its 2018 hotlist, Condé Nast Traveler writes that its “editors vetted hundreds of

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Range Formally Announces 4th CIP Development: Six Senses in Saint Kitts

Press release via Range Developments:  March 4, 2018  Basseterre, ST KITTS & NEVIS – Range Developments, the developer of luxury hotel resorts in the Caribbean, is bringing the Six Senses brand to the island nation of St. Kitts & Nevis. Six Senses St. Kitts will be set on the site of a former sugar plantation with

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The More CIP Countries, the Better For the Industry, Says Mohammed Asaria in Interview

Vice Chairman of Range Developments, Mohammed Asaria, tells Investment Migration Insider in an interview that the introduction of more countries to the citizenship by investment market will keep countries “on their toes” and compel them to refine their product. Range Developments is the firm behind the winner of Caribbean Travel Awards’ “Best New Hotel in the

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Cabrits Resort Kempinski Dominica Advancing Ahead of Schedule

The Cabrits Resort Kempinski in Dominica is the first Government-approved real estate project under the island’s Citizenship-by-Investment program, and the most advanced of all such projects in the country. Construction work began in June last year, with completion of all the structural fabric of the buildings due in the next few weeks. More than 200

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