The Ritz-Carlton resort on Grace Bay in the Turks and Caicos.
The Ritz-Carlton Residences
is a 12-story condo-resort project currently being built on central Grace Bay Beach on the island of Providenciales in the Turks and Caicos. The Ritz-Carlton began active construction in early 2018, and is scheduled to be completed in fall of 2021. The developer of the project is Dessarollos Hotelco, a Venezuelan group that operates in several Caribbean and tropical Atlantic countries. The 12-story Ritz-Carlton is by far the tallest resort or residence project to date in the Turks and Caicos, and easily towers over the 7-story
Seven Stars Resort, which previously held the record.
The resort boasts of 10.5 acres and 688 linear feet of frontage on an excellent stretch of the world-famous Grace Bay Beach, and is located on the western edge of the Seven Stars resort. The luxury resort is expected to be home to a casino, several restaurants and bars, a spa, and several pools. There are to be three 12-story towers, with the two western buildings to primarily be residences, and the more expansive eastern tower to be both hotel rooms and residences. The various residences are expected to be available with two or three bedrooms. The dedicated hotel section of the Ritz-Carlton project includes 125 units, yet it is likely that residence units will also be offered for short-term stays, as is the case with many private luxury villas and condo-hotels in the Turks and Caicos.
The Ritz-Carlton project, with Grace Bay and Leeward in the background.
Residents and guests staying at the resort are expected to have access to a very wide range of amenities and services, including valet parking, personal chef services, in residence dining, housekeeping, limousine and chauffeur services, and access to a world-class spa and fitness center. Residents are also expected to enjoy gated entry and garage shelter for their vehicles.
The construction of the Ritz-Carlton is progressing rapidly. As of December 2020, the primary concrete work for all stories is done, and the installation of windows and doors is ongoing. The main tower has been painted, and siding has been installed.
Construction status on 3 February 2021.
The Ritz-Carlton and central Providenciales on 7 January, 2021.
The Turks and Caicos Ritz-Carlton project, 7 January 2021.
The northern beachside of the Ritz-Carlton on 15 December 2020
The Ritz-Carlton project as of 15 December, 2020.
The ongoing construction on the north-western structure at the Ritz-Carlton project on 15 December.
The construction status of the Ritz-Carlton at 13 November 2020.
The Ritz-Carlton project, November 2020.
Block and poured concrete framing on one of the towers at the Ritz-Carlton in Turks and Caicos.
Aerial view of Grace Bay Beach and the Ritz-Carlton resort and residences.
Construction Noise and Vacation Disruptions
As is the case with any major construction project, the ongoing building does generate some noise and disturbance, yet most guests staying nearby or on the beach in the general will not find it excessive.
The residence units at the Ritz-Carlton project in the Turks and Caicos are actively being offered on the real estate market, with prices ranging from $2,200,000 to $3,500,000. Several Turks and Caicos real estate agencies are currently advertising the properties.
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