The announcement of the first residential luxury resort tucked into the rugged, untouched limestone cliffs of Providenciales’ north shore has garnered much attention, both locally and abroad.
In May, Rock House developers alongside Government representatives celebrated on the site of the upcoming project, where renderings and a model of the new project are on display.
“Turks and Caicos has that magic about it that allows us to dream in ways that you probably can’t dream elsewhere,” said Mark Durliat,
CEO and co-founder of Grace Bay Resorts. “So when we dreamt about this, we looked for places we could emulate, places people could dream about.”
Echoing the idyllic seaside towns found in the South of France, Capri and elsewhere on the Mediterranean coast, Rock House will feature 41 studio suites, one- and two-bedroom cottages ranging from 600 to 1,750 square feet and priced from $600,000 to $1.4 million.
“We are re-imagining what it means to escape to the islands, and buyers are responding. Twenty-five percent of the homes have already been reserved,” said Durliat. “With an exclusive location in the upscale residential neighborhood of International Drive, Rock House will deliver an elegant property with timeless appeal that cannot be found in a traditional oceanfront condominium.”
The first phase of Rock House is slated to be finished in 2020, with a second phase of homes to follow.
Top photo: Min. Tourism Hon. Ralph Higgs, West Bay Club General Manager Adelphine Pitter, Hon. Premier Sharlene Cartwright-Robinson, Grace Bay Resorts CEO Mark Durliat and COO Nikheel Advani celebrated on the site of the upcoming new resort.
Rendering Courtesy of Rock House