Arc at South Bank – a ground-breaking six-story, low-density residential building within Turks and Caicos’ South Bank development – is introducing a priceless perk for buyers of second homes: a sense of community. With this investment, they get so much more than just another property: not only will they feel right at home no matter how far they are from their actual home; with all the lavish amenities under one roof, living at Arc at South Bank might even top staying put back home.
Arc at South Bank is designed by world-renowned Italian architect Piero Lissoni and will be his first completed project in the Caribbean. It features a “suspended” shape to promote privacy and seamless indoor/outdoor living. The luxury residential development is 6 stories with 17 Sky Villas including one $20 million Penthouse that comes with its own megayacht slip. Each Arc residence is designed with expansive terraces, private gardens, private pools and hot tubs, bathrooms with outdoor showers, and floor-to-ceiling glass windows and doors to emphasize the seamless transition between the outdoors and in.
Living at one of the 17 Sky Villas also opens buyers up to the amenities offered at the main South Bank resort: the lagoon-side spa and gym, boat concierge service, Clubhouse restaurant and more. Resident service and facilities are provided by Grace Bay Resorts – everything the residents could need is accessible in one private community. With South Bank’s newly appointed General Manager, Atilla Cimsit, and his extensive background in owner relations and guest experience, Arc is ready to provide buyers with the best possible living situation.
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