Castries, Saint Lucia: Saint Lucia and Invest Saint Lucia signed the agreement with Atlas Group Company to construct the Caribbean Jewel Seven Wonders on Monday, November 27, 2023.
Notably, Saint Lucia will be home to the new and exciting Caribbean Jewel Seven Wonders.
As per the sources, the bold transformational development project agreed to build the largest resort property in Mount Pimard, Gros-Islet.
Reportedly, the first component of the project is assigned for opening in 2025. The proposed development project would comprise seven zones that will cascade around Gros-Islet’s Mount Pimard.
As per the information, each zone at the Seven Wonders resort offers a different and unique array of high-end -amenities and services. It is to be mentioned that the largest property will include the following:
• Luxury resort with 480 rooms
• Over-the-sea bungalows
• Specialized Clinical Services
• Wedding Chapel
• Regions’ first wellness retreat centre by the internationally recognised wellness brand ‘TheLifeCo’
Atlas Group is an international group specialized in building a diverse market segment. The company has already proven its capability in the hospitality sector in the USA and specializes in master development, satellite city development, and infrastructure projects such as building roads, sewage, and treatment plants.
The firm has grown into one of the leading regional companies in financial services, insurance, banking, manufacturing and many more.
The government of Saint Lucia, through its chief investment agency – Invest Saint Lucia, continues to attract foreign direct investment to the island through projects to create new and sustainable jobs for the people.
They look forward to opening avenues for the local service providers to establish viable economic linkages that will nourish and foster the local economy for resilient growth and expansion.
With the project, the government ensures that the nation’s economy is well determined and regulated with the growth in the sectors as they will hold the economy and support local tourists.