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“Meet You at the Couryard”

TCI’s premier professional center opens.
By Kathy Borsuk ~ Photos By Claire Parrish
It’s hard to travel on Leeward Highway and not admire the attractive new three-story professional complex (across the road from Central Square) that sets the stage for Providenciales’ own “Miracle Mile.”
Completed on schedule early this year, The Courtyard Plaza — designed by local company Conservative Architects — is one of the island’s most attractive properties, an intriguing combination of cornices, arched windows and entryways and hexagonal lines, with the appealing two-toned facade crisply accented with gold-brown shutters, white frames and wrought-iron light fixtures. Bright bursts of colorful landscaping and stately palms complete the picture. The building embraces a peaceful garden courtyard at the back, the ideal spot for enjoying a quiet break from a busy day.
With this first phase nearly sold out, The Courtyard Plaza offers a number of benefits for the astute business professional.  Jeffrey Miick, developer, explains, “Our plan was to create a positive, professional atmosphere in which to conduct business, whether retail or commercial. Everything was designed around this goal. The suites, which come in a variety of sizes from 862 to nearly 3,000 sq. ft., are strata-titled, so you can either own your own space, building equity as you grow, or purchase a suite as an investment and lease it out, taking advantage of our rental management program. Each suite has a built-in kitchenette and restroom and zoned air-conditioning. Hurricane-impact windows eliminate the need for shutters and the security/fire safety system is already in place. Units on the ground floor are ideal for retail businesses, with large storefront windows and easy customer access. Elevators service the second and third floors and we’ve designed the parking area for good traffic flow, with ample, extra-wide spaces. I’m really proud of how well this has turned out and the response of our owners had been overwhelmingly positive.”
The Courtyard Plaza is anchored by the home offices of Norstar Group Ltd., the project builder; Palm Ventures, its developer and several of the development’s partners — virtually guaranteeing the importance of a good impression and well-managed property. Other spaces are occupied by a wide variety of local businesses that serve the Turks & Caicos Islands.
The Courtyard Plaza scores high in accessibility and practicality. On the main (and only) highway between the airport and most tourist destinations, its position is highly visible and heavily travelled, with all-important access from both sides of the road. A large lit sign lists all the businesses. And for those who have to do business, it is central to the main branches of all banks, South Dock, customs, many government departments and major grocery stores.
As I toured the complex, I admired the solid, well-built construction apparent throughout . . . along with the breathtaking views from most offices, especially those on the third floor, from which I could see all the way to the south ocean shore. Amy Thiel, marketing manager, explained other advantages that make a Courtyard Plaza investment a wise decision, “We’re eager to help both resident businesses or overseas investors finish their suite to perfection. We have in-house architectural services to design the floor plan that best suits their needs and have special build-out price incentives.”
A mirror-image of the existing building is planned for the cleared space next door. When completed, the twin buildings will embrace a large central garden courtyard — complete with another magnificent fountain and walkways — to add to the pleasant, open space. Interested parties are encouraged to ask about special pre-construction pricing and financing options. Spaces for purchase or lease in the original building are also available.
It’s said that success builds on success. The Courtyard Plaza’s track record ranks a blue-ribbon; its future as the country’s premier professional center seems assured.
For an appointment to view the property, phone 649 941 8958 or email info@CourtyardPlazaTCI.com. For more information, visit www.CourtyardPlazaTCI.com.

TCI’s premier professional center opens.

By Kathy Borsuk ~ Photos By Claire Parrish

It’s hard to travel on Leeward Highway and not admire the attractive new three-story professional complex (across the road from Central Square) that sets the stage for Providenciales’ own “Miracle Mile.”

The Courtyard Plaza is TCI's premier professional center.

The Courtyard Plaza is TCI's premier professional center.

Completed on schedule early this year, The Courtyard Plaza — designed by local company Conservative Architects — is one of the island’s most attractive properties, an intriguing combination of cornices, arched windows and entryways and hexagonal lines, with the appealing two-toned facade crisply accented with gold-brown shutters, white frames and wrought-iron light fixtures. Bright bursts of colorful landscaping and stately palms complete the picture. The building embraces a peaceful garden courtyard at the back, the ideal spot for enjoying a quiet break from a busy day.

With this first phase nearly sold out, The Courtyard Plaza offers a number of benefits for the astute business professional.  Jeffrey Miick, developer, explains, “Our plan was to create a positive, professional atmosphere in which to conduct business, whether retail or commercial. Everything was designed around this goal. The suites, which come in a variety of sizes from 862 to nearly 3,000 sq. ft., are strata-titled, so you can either own your own space, building equity as you grow, or purchase a suite as an investment and lease it out, taking advantage of our rental management program. Each suite has a built-in kitchenette and restroom and zoned air-conditioning. Hurricane-impact windows eliminate the need for shutters and the security/fire safety system is already in place. Units on the ground floor are ideal for retail businesses, with large storefront windows and easy customer access. Elevators service the second and third floors and we’ve designed the parking area for good traffic flow, with ample, extra-wide spaces. I’m really proud of how well this has turned out and the response of our owners had been overwhelmingly positive.”

The Courtyard Plaza is anchored by the home offices of Norstar Group Ltd., the project builder; Palm Ventures, its developer and several of the development’s partners — virtually guaranteeing the importance of a good impression and well-managed property. Other spaces are occupied by a wide variety of local businesses that serve the Turks & Caicos Islands.

The Courtyard Plaza scores high in accessibility and practicality. On the main (and only) highway between the airport and most tourist destinations, its position is highly visible and heavily travelled, with all-important access from both sides of the road. A large lit sign lists all the businesses. And for those who have to do business, it is central to the main branches of all banks, South Dock, customs, many government departments and major grocery stores.

As I toured the complex, I admired the solid, well-built construction apparent throughout . . . along with the breathtaking views from most offices, especially those on the third floor, from which I could see all the way to the south ocean shore. Amy Thiel, marketing manager, explained other advantages that make a Courtyard Plaza investment a wise decision, “We’re eager to help both resident businesses or overseas investors finish their suite to perfection. We have in-house architectural services to design the floor plan that best suits their needs and have special build-out price incentives.”

A mirror-image of the existing building is planned for the cleared space next door. When completed, the twin buildings will embrace a large central garden courtyard — complete with another magnificent fountain and walkways — to add to the pleasant, open space. Interested parties are encouraged to ask about special pre-construction pricing and financing options. Spaces for purchase or lease in the original building are also available.

It’s said that success builds on success. The Courtyard Plaza’s track record ranks a blue-ribbon; its future as the country’s premier professional center seems assured.

For an appointment to view the property, phone 649 941 8958 or email info@CourtyardPlazaTCI.com. For more information, visit www.CourtyardPlazaTCI.com.



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