NEW YORK, N.Y. (PRWEB) FEBRUARY 23, 2017
IMI Worldwide Properties, a leading luxury resort marketing and sales firm, is pleased to announce strong sales numbers for 2016 with more than $250 million in transactions. More than $50 million of those transactions came during an opening day sale at Tahoe Beach Club. With several prestigious resort projects currently underway and launching soon in some of the most desirable vacation destinations in the world, coupled with an increasingly healthy demand from luxury buyers, 2017 promises to be another strong year for the global real estate company.
Spread across the mountainside near the Blue River Valley, Summit Sky Ranch aims to be a cluster of environmentally friendly homes within a span of open space. The development could also be a new hotspot for community gatherings for residents in the town of Silverthorne.
The Silverthorne Town Council voted to approve three resolutions for final plats for various phases of South Maryland Creek Ranch, now known as the Summit Sky Ranch development, which has been under construction since 2015. The plats are one of the final steps for the development to begin selling lots within those phases.
The newest property, Four Seasons Resort and Residences Anguilla, is a rebrand of the former Viceroy and marks the Four Seasons second resort in the Caribbean. The striking bluffside-meets-beachfront resort offers everything a lover of the Four Seasons brand would expect, from three oversized pools to Kelly Wearstler-designed rooms and suites with private plunge pools and contemporary neutral decor with pops of metallic.
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The 24 villas at this rebranded property, formerly the Viceroy, all have infinity pools and are just steps from the beach. If that’s not enough to entertain your brood, the Kids for All Seasons program changes its activities constantly; one day they’re decorating cupcakes, the next doing a scavenger hunt or a three-legged race on Meads Bay Beach. fourseasons.com; villas from $2,500.
We’re in love with Four Seasons Anguilla, the brand’s second Caribbean property. There’s much to to love about the former Viceroy resort, including its perfect location on two of Anguilla’s most beautiful white sand beaches. One of our favorite features of the resort is that most of the rooms and villas on the property are actually for sale — meaning you could live the Four Seasons life year-round, if you so chose.
Four Seasons recently assumed management of the former Viceroy Anguilla resort. The new Four Seasons Private Residences Anguilla will include a coveted collection of wholeownership homes and villas for purchase. Designed by leading interior designer Kelly Wearstler, the property features a variety of homes ranging from one-bedroom deluxe studios to five-bedroom beachfront villas. Phase one pricing starts at $750,000 to more than $10 million for residences of 662 to 6,185 square feet. anguillaprivateresidences.com
Nick Cassini, a former pro golfer on the PGA Tour, knows a thing or two about branding. The senior vice president of sales and marketing at IMI Worldwide Properties is also-not incidentally-the son of Count Igor Cassini (aka Cholly Knickerbocker, the famed author and Hearst gossip columnist) and the nephew of iconic fashion designer Oleg Cassini. So when the beloved Viceroy Anguilla, with its pair of powdery beaches and Kelly Wearstler interiors, was reflagged as Four Seasons last fall, the athletic 38-year-old-tasked with overseeing residential sales for the Four Seasons Resort and Residences Anguilla-knew the move would be a branding bonanza.
Viceroy Anguilla Resort has reopened as the Four Seasons Resort and Residences Anguilla (rooms from $500; Barnes Bay, West End; 800-201-9580; fourseasons.com), with beachfront private residences and Kelly Wearstler–designed suites.
For those who’ve traveled to Anguilla, part of the British West Indies, Four Seasons Resort & Residences seems familiar but different in many aspects. For one, it’s formerly Starwood resort Viceroy Anguilla, but the property closed in August 2016 and then re-opened in October with new management and features.
Kelly Wearstler, the visionary whom The New Yorker calls the “grande dame of West Coast interior design,” has debunked any idea that her panache thrives only along a specific coastline. Though praised for her playful, vibrant interpretations of Hollywood Regency at California’s top boutique hotels and in the homes of her A-list clientele, she recently debuted a sleek, monochromatic look at the Four Seasons Resort and Residences Anguilla in the British West Indies.