The Bahamas’ Aristo Development has launched another new luxury real estate project in Nassau, Caribbean Journal Invest has learned.
The project is called Aqualina, and it’s the latest venture by a company that has built more than $250 million in real estate in The Bahamas.
The 11-story project, set adjacent to the Baha Mar megaresort on Cable Beach, will consist of just 27 residences, with a mix of three- and four-bedroom units.
Each ocean-view property will include private elevator access, with details like floor-to-ceiling glass, covered parking and amenities like an infinity pool, a full-service fitness center, a full-time concierge and a tennis court.
The project will also include the option of joining its “Boat Club,” with owner access to a 43-foot Midnight Express boat.
Aristo is behind some of the most high-profile luxury projects in The Bahamas in recent years, including the 73-unit ONE Cable Beach and THIRTY SIX on Paradise Island, a boutique building with 38 residential units.
Preconstruction units range from $2.55 million to $5.495 million, according to CA Christie Real Estate.
Crucially, that pricing threshold would qualify buyers to acquire permanent residency by investment in The Bahamas.
The launch of Aqualina is part of a quietly booming real estate sector in Nassau, home to a number of new developments from the Goldwynn project, also on Cable Beach, to the One Particular Harbour project by Margaritaville in downtown Nassau’s The Pointe.
For more, visit Aqualina Bahamas.