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US Group Invests $47 Million To-Date In Nanuku Property

US Group Invests $47 Million To-Date In Nanuku Property
From left: CWH Hospital cardiologist Dr Shahin Nusair, Dixon Seeto, Vice-President of Medtronic’s Asia Pacific Dr Feng Dong, Dr Vijay Kapadia, Himmat Lodhia, a senior member of the Suva Rotary Club and Dr Zhimin Du, senior interventional cardiologist from Guangzhou, China.
September 27
11:42 2014

US-based Bixby Bridge Capital, the owner of Nanuku Resort & Spa and connected Nanuku Ocean Estates in Pacific Harbour, has so far invested US$25 million (FJ$47 million) in the completion of their world-class project.

Real Estate Sales director of Nanuku Ocean Estates, Sean McLaughlin, said the developer remains committed.

“Although they clearly want to be fiscally responsible, they are committed to investing whatever is necessary to achieve their goal of being one of the absolute best resorts communities in all of Fiji,” he said.

“With the ability to own freehold land, with such stellar amenities, close the country’s capital Suva has everyone eager with anticipation.”

Mr McLaughlin oversees Nanuku’s real estate development set to release in the coming weeks.

Chicago-headquartered Bixby Bridge has a very strong belief in the direction of Fiji, and their real estate offering in Fiji is unprecedented.

Mr McLaughlin said: “We have been very happy with the progress being made on every level – from the completion of the central resort amenities to the guest experience.”

Resort performance

The Nanuku Resort and Spa in Pacific Harbour opened for business in March and has been operating at a surprisingly high occupancy rate.

Mr McLaughlin said they are excited about the incredible reviews from guests whom have come from all over the world.

“We are working to continually improve everything about what we offer to ensure we are one of the best resorts in all of Fiji,” he said.

“We have been overwhelmed with the positive comment cards we get from our guests after their stays, as well as the glowing reviews they have put on

“We welcome everyone to read about the experiences guests have been having here. These types of experiences are what often encourage a vacationer to become an owner in luxury resorts.”




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