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Old December 22nd, 2011, 01:46 AM   #1
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HAITI | Projects & Economy | Proyectos y Economía

Haiti Leads Region in Projected Hotel Development

MIAMI, USA (defend.ht/caribjournal.com) - Haiti leads the Caribbean and Mexico in hotel development having the most rooms expected to be developed in its near future.

Research done by the staff of Caribbean news magazine, Caribbean Journal found that the region has 131 hotels, 17,923 rooms in the plans and 753 of those rooms are to be built in Haiti; the largest expected growth by a country in the region.

Haiti's expected development is more than twice the amount of other countries expecting significant growth. For example, Caribbean Journal found:
...Anguilla, with 28.8 percent growth, or 220 rooms in the pipeline and Dominica with 13.5 percent growth, or 90 rooms in the pipeline.
St Kitts and Nevis reported 11.7 percent growth, with 235 rooms in the active pipeline.
The Turks and Caicos Islands had expected growth of 10.2 percent, or 327 total rooms.

Contributing to the high forecast of development are delays in construction, political clearance and the earthquake of January 12, 2010.

For example, the Oasis Hotel and Conference Center which began construction in late 2009 remains underdeveloped. There was a work stoppage following the 2010 earthquake and the Vice President of its Board of Directors and trustee, Guiteau Toussaint was murdered in June 2011, forcing a restructuring of the organization causing further delay.

A 250-room hotel to be constructed adjacent of the Toussaint Louverture International Airport is also a project delayed. This hotel was signed and agreed upon in September of 2010 and has an 18-month window to be developed. A memorandum of understanding was signed by the Haitian government and developers of this hotel more than a year later at the Invest in Haiti Forum 2011.

A new development is a 173-room Marriott Hotel that was signed into agreement in November 2011 between Digicel, the Clinton Foundation and Marriott Hotels and Resorts. This hotel is expected to be completed by the summer of 2014.

Michael Capponi, famed entrepreneur and developer from south Florida is developing an entire block of new business and hotels in Jacmel, Haiti as well.

Haitians are hopeful barring any political instability or apocalyptic-level natural disaster that the country has the potential to make huge gains in a short amount of time. Exactly what the people of Haiti need to become competitors in the region's economy.


New Downtown Port-au-Prince Rendering




Royal Oasis Occidental PetionVille (To open May 2013)



Genesis: a 10-story commercial office with over 80, 000 s.f. of office space, a 25-room extended stay hotel, three levels of secured underground parking, and a rooftop café with garden and patio.



New Marriott in Haut Turgeau

Mariott will be located between Digicel and Natcom in Turgeau

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Le Village de Port Jacmel



Best Western PetionVille



Bellerive Jacmel



Saline Resorts Jacmel



Hotel des Artistes (To open close to the Port-au-Prince Airport 2014)

To be Continued.....
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good for haiti, haiti need more projects like these.

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Old December 22nd, 2011, 03:03 AM   #3
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Wow, awesome news. Keep bringing them up Ruru!! BTW if you manage to find more info about these projects you can open individual threads for each one of them.
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This is great news...can someone give an update on these projects?
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This is great news...can someone give an update on these projects?
Well, when you don't see Haiti on "Breaking News" that means they're moving forward step by step... International press doesn't care about those little steps of progress.


Royal Oasis Occindental PetionVille (Opening 12-12-12) (before may 2013)






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Thanks for the info...much appreciated.
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Old December 9th, 2012, 06:01 PM   #7
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Phoenix Stadium



A 12,000 seat professional football stadium in Cite Soleil. With an estimated cost of $5 million, the stadium will also house LADH - a youth development program that provides underprivileged participants with a safe, clean, supportive environment where they can learn the discipline of sports and the structure of teamwork--and offer a football academy, an elementary and middle school and dormitories. Phoenix Stadium will be landscaped with edible gardens, a small lake containing tilapia and a composting and recycling plant.

- World-renowned architect Carlos Zapata - whose projects include Soldier Field Stadium in Chicago and the Bitexco Financial Tower in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
- Engineer William Faschan of LERA
- Stadium designer Gordon E. Wood
- Landscape architect Charles Anderson of Charles Anderson Atelier

Construction work, will begin in 2013.
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Royal Oasis Occindental PetionVille (Opening 12-12-12)







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It's good to see all the progress that Haiti has made over the last couple of years.
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HAITI | JACMEL | Belle Rive Residences, Hotel & Club | Marina | 2 x 10fl, 7fl, 21 x 4fl | App

BELLE RIVE RESIDENCES, HOTEL & CLUB
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The Belle Rive Residences, Hotel & Club is an exciting development of a private luxury residential, hotel and club resort in the coastal town of Jacmel in the South of Haiti. The Residences at Belle Rive consist of 21 sensitively designed townhouses of four stories. Each townhouse will accommodate four spacious units each. In addition, on 7-story tower will house ten luxury apartments, for a total of 94 deluxe residential suites, each with its own fabulous ocean view. Unit sizes for two, three and four bedrooms will range from 1, 375 square feet (SF) to 2,770 SF. This international-style resort will consist of 94 deluxe townhouses and tower apartments, a 120-room 4-star hotel and a private club.



Belle Rive Setting

Belle Rive commands over 23 acres of lush tropical vegetation, coconut trees, and other locally grown majestic specimen trees high above sea level overlooking the bay of Jacmel. With a classic symmetry and a magnificent sea view, the spectacular ensemble begins with a commercial phase encompassing a clubhouse with selective shops and other conveniences, including a wellness center, an exercise room, and a spa. A Belle Rive Hotel, comprising of two-story towers with a sun-dappled swimming pool, will be built to the delectation of house guests and visitors who wish to enjoy what promises to be a pristine contemporary hideaway.

Evoking a sense of forested tranquility, the future site of Belle Rive will comprise of 23 spectacular condominiums nestled in the lush, dramatic hilltop settings overlooking the ocean 25 feet below. The proposed condominiums will represent the signature showpiece of the renowned AARRIS architects designs.

Amenities include
-Lush tropic landscape
-Full Concierge, Housekeeping and Room Service
-Spa, Fitness and Well Center
-Open air buffet serving breakfast, lunch and dinner with indoor/outdoor seating
-Men and Women’s Locker ?Rooms with Showers and Saunas
-High Speed Internet access and Satellite Television in all rooms
-Children’s Day Care Center
-Game Room
-Zero entry pool with ocean view
-Private Residential Pool with poolside bar and grill
-Jogging, Bicycle and Roller blade boardwalk
-Hurricane resistant windows and doors
-Private Parking
-Private Yards and Terrace
-Private Entrance




An exclusive, view-filled private showcase in the hills of Meyer where behind a stately entry gate unfolds a self-contained residential community of pastel-colored towers and town homes with tennis courts, dramatic swimming pool and a marina to climax the homely Caribbean excitement.



A palm tree lined entrance to the townhouses at the garden level leads to your residence of choice. These units, from 1375 to 2770 square-foot of main living space, have a private balcony that adds to the view-filled excitement of Belle Rive's sensational waterfront settings. Each residence comes with a convenient parking space and a private terrace.




A 20-slip full-service marina will accommodate private boats up to 100 feet in length. Boat slips will be sold to residents and Club members only. Amenities are expected to include 24 hour accessibility, electricity, fresh water, and satellite TV.

From boat only at Belle Rive “Baguette” Beach is a six acre unspoiled beachfront. A tour boat will ferry Belle Rive passengers to and from “Baguette” frequently. Amenities include lounge chairs and towel service, cabanas, Jet Ski, Para gliding, banana boating scuba diving and snorkeling, beach volleyball and bar and grill restaurant serving local food and beverages.



Belle Rive Hotel

The Belle Rive Hotel is a 120-suite international four-star luxury facility offering state of the art amenities and service to visitors, conference or special event attendees, and family and friends of Unit owners vacationing at Belle Rive. The hotel features two ten-story towers. Accommodations will vary from spacious single and double rooms to luxurious executive and presidential suites.
Amenities include:
Multimedia performing arts theatre with setting for 200
Banquet hall for weddings and large conferences
Conference Rooms
Outdoor Amphitheater featuring concerts, dancing and cultural shows
Gourmet Market
Beauty Salon and Barber Shop
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Wow, awesome news. Keep bringing them up Ruru!! BTW if you manage to find more info about these projects you can open individual threads for each one of them.
Thanks for opening individual threads for each project. I don't really have much time to update. Once again, thaks for the help!
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Haiti Opens New United States-Funded Bridge Over Millet Ravine

Haiti has inaugurated the new Millet bridge on the Route de Freres funded by the United States Agency for International Development.

The opening ceremony in Freres this week was attended by Haiti President Michel Martelly and US Ambassador to Haiti Pamela White.

The project is located on Haiti’s Route de Freres, the primary link between Petion-Ville and Tabarre in Port-au-Prince.
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PORT-AU-PRINCE - Haiti is one of the safest destinations; not just in the Caribbean, but throughout all the Americas. This is the general finding of recent studies on crime in the region which show that Haiti has the lowest rate of violent deaths in comparison to previous years.

In 2012 according to the UNODC, Haiti's violent death rate of 6.9 out of every hundred thousand Haitians is among the lowest rates in the Americas, and the same as Long Beach, California. This is mainly attributable to a strong focus on the strengthening and modernization of its security forces.

Among other high impact measures, the government of Haiti kept its pledge to increase the size of its National Police by 50%, allowing them to fight crime more effectively. Besides increasing the size of its force, the Haitian National Police (HNP) is counting on innovative technologies to track down criminals. For example, they were able to dismantle the largest kidnapping ring in the country with the help of advanced software designed by a Haitian official trained at Westpoint --a program so effective, it has sparked the interest of the HNP's foreign advisers.

A report by Vanderbilt University's Latin American public opinion project noted the Haitian National Police's positive image compared to security institutions throughout Latin America, which are seen as weak, corrupt or inefficient. A recent poll conducted locally for an international agency notes that Haitian citizens are generally more concerned with economic issues such as the cost of living, than with crime.

And, according to the most recent report for the American Consular Services, which keeps statistics of crimes involving American citizens, in 2012 murders dropped by two thirds – from 6 to 2 - the lowest rate since 2006. The same report notes that kidnappings of U.S. citizens also dropped in 2012 from 9 to 11.

The notice issued by the U.S. State Department warning US citizens about the persistent danger of violent crime does not take into account these significant improvements in Haiti. "The kidnapping and murder of U.S. citizens is extremely rare in our country; we work diligently and closely with the United States, Canada and the international community to fight the proliferation of criminal activities," said Laurent Lamothe, the Prime Minister of Haiti.

The State Department warning comes as Haiti is experiencing a dramatic increase in the number of foreign visitors. Pointing to statistics compiled by her office, Minister of Tourism Stephanie Villedrouin notes that "in 2011, we welcomed 46% more US tourists than in 2010."

While the rest of the region experiences difficulty in containing violent crime rates, Haiti shows positive trends largely as a result of the strengthening of the Haitian National Police, the incorporation of human resources and new technologies into its anti-crime strategies, and, the establishment of a welcoming political and economic climate.

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US plans to build 2 prisons in Haiti
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PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti — The U.S. government plans to build two prisons in Haiti's countryside in an effort to stem severe overcrowding, disease and violence in the poor Caribbean nation's prison system, a U.S. official said.
Carl Siebentritt, director of the Narcotics Affairs Section at the U.S. Embassy, wrote in an email to The Associated Press that a prison will be built in each of the coastal towns of Petit Goave and Cabaret.

"Prisons are so overcrowded that detainees are held in temporary holding cells at police stations," Siebentritt wrote. "By constructing new prisons that are consistent with international human rights standards, the (U.S. State) Department seeks to alleviate this overcrowding and to reduce the spread of disease and violence."

The department's Bureau of International Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affairs estimates that the project will cost between $5 million and $10 million, public records say.

The penitentiary planned for Cabaret, a town 19 miles (32 kilometers) northwest of Haiti's capital, will hold women and help reduce crowding at a women's prison in the Port-au-Prince area. It will have 200 beds. It will also include a textile operation that will employ up to 15 women and a vocational training program.

The prison planned for Petit Goave, a town 43 miles (70 kilometers) southwest of Port-au-Prince, will have 150 beds and replace one that was destroyed in 2004 following the ouster of President Jean-Bertrand Aristide.

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COLLÈGE MIXTE LE BON BERGER
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In 2010, Collège Mixte Le Bon Berger was a six-classroom, 12-grade school built just a few years prior that nevertheless needed to be entirely replaced. The Haiti team began design by conducting charrettes with the school owners and faculty. A new scheme emerged as a multi-phase solution begining with an eight-classroom, handicap-accessible school block. The design and construction would work with Haitian builders and artisans to pinpoint Montrouis identity and passion for learning.

Phase 1 was completed in early 2012, opening on February 29 for nearly 400 students to begin classes in a stunning example of Haitian architecture.





(Above) Collège Mixte Le Bon Berger, or Good Shepherd School, has since its reopening brought national acclaim and 25% increased enrollment for the community of Montrouis. Photo by Gerry Reilly
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IMF: Haiti GDP Projected to Grow By 6.5 Percent in 2013

April 16, 2013 | 2:58 pm |

By the Caribbean Journal staff

Haiti’s economy is projected to grow by 6.5 percent in 2013, according to the International Monetary Fund’s latest World Economic Outlook.

That number is in line with a projection made by the IMF in late 2012.

Haiti’s economy grew 2.8 percent last year, although it had been projected to grow at a significantly higher rate. The IMF said the reduction was due in part to a series of crippling tropical storms and low execution of public capital spending.

A January projection by the World Bank forecasted a 6 percent growth rate for the country this year.

The country’s real GDP is projected to grow at a clip of 6.3 percent in 2014, according to the fund.
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Construction of a new hotel «Monte-Cristo Hôtel & Suites»



The project « Monte-Cristo Hôtel & Suites » has received the approval of the Interministerial Commission of Investments (CII). Consequently, this project will benefit of all incentives provided by the Investment Code and the accompanying of Ministry of Tourism.

The Monte-Cristo Hôtel & suites, represented by its promoter-investor, Mr. Max Donald Guillaume, will be located on the road to Tabarre, opposite the playground of SunAuto. As of this year (Phase I), the Monte-Cristo Hôtel & suites, built in compliance with seismic standards, will propose 47 rooms of international standard. In its final phase, the hotel will have a total of 84 rooms, ncluding 6 suites and 2 rooms for disabled guests.

The Monte-Cristo Hôtel & suites will also have : a conference room, a parking lot that can accommodate over a hundred vehicles, a restaurant and bar, a swimming pool, an outdoor bar, a fitness room and a nightclub, among others.

The total investment amounted to nearly 9 million U.S. dollars and will generate over 100 direct jobs. Moreover, in the objective to offer a quality service that meets international standards, Max Donald Guillaume, said he was open to a partnership with international groups to manage the hotel.
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This goes to show you that the coin has two sides. When one reads about Haiti in the USA press is only about negative news with a minimun of good and positive information. This tread demostrates otherwise and the other side of the coin, the positive one - Good news I must say. All this building boom will change the face of Port-au-Prince and the rest of the country - So, keep it going, it will only get better if things are done the right way. Very nice indeed. Cheers!

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Smile Construcción impulsará crecimiento en Honduras (and Haiti)

Construcción impulsará crecimiento en Honduras (and Haiti)

Económicas 23 abril, 2013 - 8:20 PM

http://www.latribuna.hn/2013/04/23/c...o-en-honduras/ - Tegucigalpa, Honduras.

Las esperanzas de crecimiento económico en Honduras en 2013 están fijadas en la mejoría del sector construcción, según las nuevas proyecciones emitidas por la Comisión Económica para América Latina y el Caribe (Cepal).



Los países de América Latina y el Caribe crecerán en promedio 3.5 por ciento, gracias al dinamismo que mantendrá la demanda interna y el mejor desempeño de Argentina y Brasil en comparación con 2012.

El comportamiento para 2013 obedece, por un lado, al mayor crecimiento esperado de Argentina (3.5%) y Brasil (3.0%) debido a la recuperación de la actividad agrícola y de la inversión, que anotaron caídas en estos dos países en 2012.

Por otro lado, a nivel regional, la expansión estará respaldada por la persistencia del crecimiento del consumo como consecuencia de los mejores indicadores laborales y del aumento del crédito bancario al sector privado y, en menor medida, de la inversión.

Se suma la permanencia de elevados precios de las materias primas, las que si bien se espera que registren una baja con relación a 2012, se mantendrían todavía en niveles elevados.

Se prevé crecimiento regional levemente menor, respecto a la estimación entregada en diciembre pasado (3.8%) principalmente por la mantención de la incertidumbre sobre el futuro de la economía internacional, el bajo dinamismo de las economías desarrolladas y recuperación menos dinámica que previsto en Argentina y Brasil.



Paraguay liderará la expansión en 2013 con un crecimiento esperado del producto interno bruto (PIB) de 10 por ciento, seguido por Panamá (8.0%), Perú (6,0%) y Haití (6.0%). Bolivia, Chile y Nicaragua crecerán 5.0 por ciento, mientras que Colombia lo hará en 4.5 por ciento y Uruguay en 3.8 por ciento.

El crecimiento esperado en México es de 3.5 por ciento y las economías centroamericanas, además de Cuba, Haití y República Dominicana (3,8%), se verían beneficiadas por un mayor dinamismo de Estados Unidos.

Se suma una mejoría del sector agrícola (especialmente en Cuba, Nicaragua y República Dominicana) y de la construcción en Guatemala, Haití y Honduras con un 3.3%.

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