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Sandy Bay Beach Club Christ Church


• Established 3-star hotel property on the South Coast • (6) four-storey concrete buildings • There are 42 Standard Rooms, 78 one-bedroom suites and 9 two- bedroom suites.


• 250 feet of prime beach frontage • Two free-form swimming pools, two restaurants and a kids’ room • Easy access to attractions, countless amenities, duty-free shopping and Bridgetown


• At present the property is not operational and it is in need of renovation


• This represents an opportunity to acquire a beach-front site in a great location on the South Coast of Barbados


Floor Area: 87,000 sq. ft. Land Area: 2.47 Acres Price: US $11,000,000


British American Building St. Michael


• An A-Class six-storey office building situated in a central location along the Collymore Rock corridor


• The main building consists of a Lower Ground Floor partly below ground level, which is configured as a conference facility


• The offices are located on the Ground Floor including a main reception area


• The four upper floors have an additional 5,700 sq. ft. per floor each wrapped around a central core with shared bathrooms and elevator access.


• The property also includes an older building consisting of 6,300 sq. ft. of leasable area


• There is a large car park positioned between the two structures • Income projections demonstrate an attractive rate of return given the demand within this high-end commercial segment


Floor Area: 32,700 sq. ft. Land Area: 2 Acres Price: US $11,000,000


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