Real estate executive Paul Altman, one of Barbados’ most prominent realtors and developers, has agreed to speak at the second BSJ Breakfast Club meeting, which will be held at the Palm Room at Tamarind Cove Hotel from 7:30am to 9:30am on Monday, March 1, 2010. Mr. Altman will discuss in further detail his idea of creating Dubai-style man-made islands off Barbados’ west coast, provide an update on the progress of his current project, Limegrove, which will transform the look and public spaces of Holetown, and take a look at Barbados’ future prospects in the high-end international real estate market.
Among Mr. Altman’s many accomplishments in the real estate sector, apart from his present role as lead developer of Limegrove, was the conception and execution of Sugar Hill, the residential tennis resort which is home to many wealthy expatriates, including Sir Cliff Richard. Editor of The Broad Street Journal, Patrick Hoyos said, “The Club is most fortunate to have as respected and dynamic a person as Paul Altman agree to address its second meeting, following an excellent presentation by Prof. Avinash Persaud, who launched the 2010 series last Monday."
The price for the full breakfast event is Bds$46 if paid by Friday, Feb. 26 and $57.50 at the door, if space is available. make checks payable to Hoyos Publishing Inc. Contact Pat Hoyos via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or mobile 230-5687 to make your reservations.
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