Tuesday, March 11, 2008

Dellis Cay

This project on the southwestern shore of a previously uninhabited island in the Turks and Caicos chain will cover 35 acres with a beachfront Mandarin Oriental hotel and residences. It will mark the first phase of development on the 560-acre island, with other projects planned for the future. Owners of the residences — 24 one- to four-bedroom units in the hotel building, 54 one- to three-bedroom units in nine other buildings nearby, and 17 free-standing villas with five to six bedrooms — will have the option of placing their properties in a revenue-sharing rental program. There will be 25 suites in the hotel to add to the residences offered for rental. This part of the overall development is designed by Piero Lissoni, the Italian architect and designer, with Asian elements. The residences will feature large terraces and balconies, and there will be four restaurants, infinity-edge pools, tennis courts, a beach club and shops. The spa will be built suspended over a lake, and it will have an outdoor pool for water massage treatments.http://www.delliscay.com/

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