Opportunities like this arrive once in a lifetime in Belize. This Caribbean beachfront development parcel is pristine, ideally located, grand and gushing with opportunity. The Mayacan parcel is located in southern Belize just north of the booming Placencia Peninsula. It is bordered by the well‐established & exclusive Kanantik beach resort to the north and the South Stann Creek River and the Phase 3 parcel of The Plantation Development in Placencia to the south. The new Placencia International airport currently under construction is only a few miles away. The majestic Maya mountains paint the horizon only 2 miles to the west and the picturesque Caribbean Sea and hundreds of tropical islands are to the East. A private access road connects the paved Southern Highway and the rest of the paved Belize highway system with this property. This property consists of several different titled parcels and 66 titled beach lots measuring 50’ x 120’ each. 1,850+ acres and 5,000+ feet of beachfront create one spectacular development opportunity. The property contains 4 distinct ecological zones: grasslands with Pine trees, first growth jungle filled with local hardwoods, an old coconut plantation and finally, unspoiled, white, sandy beach. Four intriguing Maya ruins lie within a 20‐mile radius from the property and 150 different birds call this place home. The owners have designed a master plan for the development with 2 hotel sites, residential lots and plenty of room to develop an ecologically friendly project. An Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) and Final Environmental Clearance by the Department of the Environment were completed & approved in 1996; these are the 2 hurdles one must tackle for development approval. This master plan is not part of the title so the fortunate buyer can implement a different plan. Surveys, aerial maps, photos and complete details are available. A new updated survey is currently being completed. Don’t’ miss this opportunity to purchase a development parcel unheard off in Belize. Design a spectacular resort, create an eco community, subdivide and sell or bank some cash. The opportunities are endless. Tap into the baby boomers seeking a more tranquil destination to call home, the foreign investor searching for a secure and stable place to invest or the foreigner looking for a new place to settle that is far less complex than the many developed countries around the world these days. Update: The 500 acre parcel north and adjacent to Kanantik just sold to a developer from California in Q3, 2011. This area is experiencing considerable attention from investors.
Boris Mannsfeld possesses considerable development, construction, investment and marketing experience in Colorado and Belize and would be delighted to share his knowledge with whoever purchases this property. Mr. Mannsfeld is the developer behind the well‐respected The Villas at Cocoplum condominium resort in Placencia and has also invested in various sectors of the tourism and hospitality industry in the area. His 19 years of contacts in Belize would also be beneficial. Don’t hesitate to contact us for additional information. Thank you for your interest in this exceptional opportunity. The Placencia peninsula is currently undergoing rejuvenation with major infrastructure projects (public and private) underway so to keep up with tourism, real estate and investment demands. This area has been selected to be THE exclusive destination in Belize that all of Belize can be proud off. More high‐end homes have broken ground in the last 12 months than in any previous year. Lots that have been owned for many years are now finally being built on. Numerous businesses, lots and commercial properties have also recently changed hands. Several new professionally run businesses with motivated and experienced owner/operators have also broken ground this last year. The prestigious Hotel of the Year, Restaurant of the Year, Tour Operator of the Year & Small Business of the Year awards from the Belize Tourism Board have been painstakingly earned by businesses along the Placencia Peninsula. The $12 million paving of the 23‐mile Placencia Road was just completed in 2010. A new $10 million public waste treatment project has been fully funded by the Inter‐American Development Bank (IDB) and is about to break ground. A $2 million renovation and expansion of the Placencia public pier and historic sidewalk promenade has been funded and is about to commence. Several large international yacht marinas are under construction. Numerous very high‐end internationally acclaimed boutique resorts and spas are in the planning stage. And last but not least an 18‐hole pro golf course is in the planning. The construction of the Placencia international airport is well underway with direct flights from Canada and Europe being negotiated. The Mayacan property lies adjacent to this amazing Placencia Peninsula. You can visit a marketing video at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zHVrQftbxOU