The luxurious estate homes of Maraiko Bay Golf & Country Club will be set amidst the backdrop of a spectacular David Hemstock Signature golf course and is designed to be an up-scale community of tree lined streets, fine homes and modern amenities, just a short drive from the heart of the historic capital city of Georgetown via the newly renovated highway or using the conveniently located on-site heliport.
The ocean's warm waters and wide sandy beach are key features in the country's first mega real estate project that offers green economy strategies, solar power, underground utilities, top security and amenities, and where for a fraction of Miami South Beach prices, you too can call this home!
All indications are that Guyana will become the most vibrant economy in the region. With GDP growth pegged by the IDB at 54% (reduced due to the Covid outbreak), this is the perfect time for the launch of the country's first mega real estate project since Guyana is set to explode with demand for secure housing, recreation, leisure, medical and education facilities, all of which are located on-site at Maraiko Bay. This massive project will guarantee the rebirth of Guyana's economic dominance in the region, since it addresses several key growth sectors and provides thousands of varied skill-set jobs.
An MOU has already been signed for a 75 unit luxury housing complex including a clubhouse, restaurant and leisure facilities. In addition, Phase I will encompass 150 condos, 200 luxury homes and 50 executive homes, commercial center and other amenities all set for completion within 14 months.
The Maraiko Bay Development will include three areas, each with four Condominium blocks of four floors each. Six condos will be located on each floor, providing a total of 288 Condominiums.
Separate residences are also planned for construction on 1/4 acre, 1/2 acre and sixty 1 acre lots. However, the piece de resistance must truly be the Prestige lots, located around the 17th hole and with beach waterfront and 2 to 3 acres in size. Home sites are secure, with additional security provided on hoes located around the back nine holes.
A 500-room hotel is also planned, along with a Shopping Mall, International School and Hospital.
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