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Terry Meneley; Broker; 649-231-6894; About National Colony Realty, The Turks & Caicos Real Estate Specialists, Successful real estate ventures start with a solid foundation. W ith National Colony Realty, you benefit from an expert team that serves as both consultant and partner to make your island dreams a reality. Our love affair with the Turks & Caicos Islands began over 40 years ago. And like you, we fell hard for this place. Our long-standing clients have told us it‘s our deep-rooted passion for the TCI and a true understanding of what each customer wants that sets National Colony Realty apart from other real estate agencies. Our approach to service is straightforward, honest and easy. Contact us today, and we‘ll put our tradition of success and commitment to work for you. We here at National Colony Realty would love to hear from you. To contact us, simply fill out the online contact form bellow. Our goal is to help buyers, sellers and homeowners with all of their Turks and Caicos real estate needs. No matter what your question, suggestion, or comment, we value your feedback. Read more......Read less

 
 

CIBC FirstCaribbean is a major Caribbean bank offering a full range of market-leading financial services in Corporate Banking, Retail Banking, Wealth Management, Credit Cards, Treasury Sales and Trading, and Investment Banking. It is the largest, regionally-listed bank in the English-and Dutch speaking Caribbean. The bank has over 2, 900 staff
66 branches, 22 banking centres, and seven offices in 17 regional markets.

On October 14th, 2002, Barclays Bank PLC based in London, United Kingdom and Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce (CIBC) based in Toronto, Canada combined their retail, corporate and offshore Caribbean banking operations and launched FirstCaribbean International Bank. FirstCaribbean brought together two complementary and leading financial services businesses in the Caribbean, and the promise to offer our customers enhanced products and improved and extended access to banking services. On December 22nd, 2006, CIBC became the majority shareholder in the organisation, now holding 91.5% of the bank’s shares in the CIBC FirstCaribbean International Bank. CIBC is a leading North American financial institution serving clients in Canada and around the world. It was recently named the strongest bank in North America and the third strongest bank in the world.

On June 20, 2011 we proudly announced that we would be cobranded under the CIBC banner, adopting the branding CIBC FirstCaribbean. The addition of CIBC to the FirstCaribbean brand emphasizes CIBC’s long-term commitment to the Caribbean region, our employees and our clients. The brand combines the strength of two powerful organizations with CIBC FirstCaribbean representing the proud heritage and uniqueness of the Caribbean, backed by the financial strength of CIBC. Our clients and our employees across the Caribbean will continue to benefit from the long-term investment that CIBC is making in the Caribbean - a history that dates back to our first branches opened in 1836.

CIBC FirstCaribbe an intends to play a key role in the growth and development of the region, its countries and its people. As part of its corporate social agenda, CIBC FirstCaribbean contributes to hundreds of organizations at national, regional and local levels. The bank is committed to partnering with communities in the 18 countries in which it operates. Through the FirstCaribbean International Comtrust Foundation, CIBC FirstCaribbean International Bank dedicates 1% of its profits to community partnership causes each year.
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CIBC FirstCaribbean is a major Caribbean bank offering a full range of market-leading financial services in Corporate Banking, Retail Banking, Wealth Management, Credit Cards, Treasury Sales and Trading, and Investment Banking. It is the largest, regionally-listed bank in the English-and Dutch speaking Caribbean. The bank has over 2, 900 staff
66 branches, 22 banking centres, and seven offices in 17 regional markets.

On October 14th, 2002, Barclays Bank PLC based in London, United Kingdom and Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce (CIBC) based in Toronto, Canada combined their retail, corporate and offshore Caribbean banking operations and launched FirstCaribbean International Bank. FirstCaribbean brought together two complementary and leading financial services businesses in the Caribbean, and the promise to offer our customers enhanced products and improved and extended access to banking services. On December 22nd, 2006, CIBC became the majority shareholder in the organisation, now holding 91.5% of the bank’s shares in the CIBC FirstCaribbean International Bank. CIBC is a leading North American financial institution serving clients in Canada and around the world. It was recently named the strongest bank in North America and the third strongest bank in the world.

On June 20, 2011 we proudly announced that we would be cobranded under the CIBC banner, adopting the branding CIBC FirstCaribbean. The addition of CIBC to the FirstCaribbean brand emphasizes CIBC’s long-term commitment to the Caribbean region, our employees and our clients. The brand combines the strength of two powerful organizations with CIBC FirstCaribbean representing the proud heritage and uniqueness of the Caribbean, backed by the financial strength of CIBC. Our clients and our employees across the Caribbean will continue to benefit from the long-term investment that CIBC is making in the Caribbean - a history that dates back to our first branches opened in 1836.

CIBC FirstCaribbe an intends to play a key role in the growth and development of the region, its countries and its people. As part of its corporate social agenda, CIBC FirstCaribbean contributes to hundreds of organizations at national, regional and local levels. The bank is committed to partnering with communities in the 18 countries in which it operates. Through the FirstCaribbean International Comtrust Foundation, CIBC FirstCaribbean International Bank dedicates 1% of its profits to community partnership causes each year.
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Griffiths & Partners aim to solve problems and achieve our clients’ goals with a deep knowledge and industry expertise that enables us to develop and build the strategies re quired. We call it brighter law. Read more......Read less

 
 

In 1981, the bank financed local builder Evan “Storm” Missick to build Harbour House, the first modern commercial building on Grand Turk, and quite naturally became its fi rst occupant. The bank was based there until 1997 when it moved to the Mac Law House on Duke Street, Grand Turk. In February 2002 the Board of Directors took another major step forward and opened an office in Caribbean Place, Providenciales, a reflection of the branching out of financial activities into the country’s tourism mecca. Since most of the financial services industry professionals are also based in Providenciales and a major shift in businesses has taken place to the Grace Bay area, the Bank decided in January 2011 to close the Grand Turk and Caribbean place offices and to move into modern premises at the Regent Village in the heart of the Grace Bay Resorts and shopping district.

A major achievement was the Seim family sponsorship of the Turks & Caicos National Museum, an investment of over $1 million since its establishment in 1990 and with Grethe acting as a driving force in its creation. Among many other local causes, the bank also donated funds to build the new clubhouse at Waterloo Golf Course in Grand Turk. The Bank continues to support the National Museum, Sports and Education and the staff take active roles in various community organizations.
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InterCaribbean Airways began in 1991 as an InterIsland Airways Charter Service. In 2003 the Turks and Caicos Government started a push toward regional and international develo pment and it seemed that the time had come to the Turks and Caicos to have its own airline. A scheduled license was applied for and granted, and thus began an ambitious expansion project that involved adding international destinations and acquiring larger and faster aircraft. Still the only scheduled airline serving all the Outer Islands today, interCaribbean Airways also serve several key international destinations, with daily scheduled flights to multiple cities in Haiti, the Dominican Republic, Jamaica, Puerto Rico and the Bahamas.

Future expansion plans call for further development of international routes, including service to St. Maarten in order to offer interline connections throughout the Caribbean, Europe and South America. Fleet expansion continues according to the needs of the routes as they are added. Currently the airline operates two 30 passenger Embraer 120 Brasilias with lavatories, a galleys and flight attendant service, two 19 seat Twin Otters, one 9 passenger Britten Norman Islander and a CitationJet for executive charters. One each additional Twin Otter and Brasilia are on order. InterCaribbean Airways currently operates 50 domestic and international flights on a daily basis.

Chairman Lyndon Gardiner is still deeply involved with the airline daily management, pushing the organization toward his goal of providing a National Flag Carrier that truly serves the unique needs of the country and the region.
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The story begins over a century before ground was broken on the site that Point Grace now stands.

In 1892 a woman named Grace Hutchings sailed to Providenciales (former ly known as Blue Hills) from Grand Turk with her new husband to honeymoon in the hills of the Bight, overlooking the breathtaking turquoise sea.

Grace was a gracious, elegant young woman who quickly charmed the local residents. Soon after she and her new husband departed, the locals named the twelve mile beach along the north shore in her honour.

Over a century later, Point Grace was inspired and designed to do justice to Lady Grace.

Today, that joyous spirit – unsullied, innocent, yet ablaze with natural splendour, resonates throughout the golden enclave of Point Grace.

Here, in this serene setting ideal for relaxation, regeneration and reflection – you might even hear the whispered echo of Grace’s laughter still lingering in the soothing tropical breeze.

Point Grace majestically adorns the “Point” of Grace Bay, part of the Princess Alexandra National Park on the pristine northern shore of the island of Providenciales in the Turks and Caicos Islands. This extraordinary setting provides ultimate exclusivity, privacy and serenity on what has been described by many as the best beach in the world.
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The foundation of Dollar Rent A Car is built on a philosophy of exceptional customer service. That fundamental principle is passed on to each employee through our unique Custo mer Driven training program.

Our attention to customer service and our fleet of fine quality rental cars and car hire products, is complemented by our strong line-up of business travel and vacation planning services available at most Dollar Rent A Car locations.

Reserve your next rental car through our convenient and secure online car rental reservation centre. Planning your next family vacation or business trip was never easier with our car rental travel partner program featuring convenient online airline and hotel reservations from major companies.

Our special rental cars offers and low everyday rates assist you in keeping your travel plans within your budget. Dollar Rent A Car has convenient national and worldwide car rental locations to service you.

Exceptional customer service
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Open From 1:00 pm- 5:am, 7 Days a Week; WELCOME to Casablanca Casino, the hottest new nightspot on Providenciales. Come and join us for hours of entertainment with resident pl ayers and newcomers alike. Whether you have never played a game of chance or are a veteran of the tables, you will enjoy people watching and trying your hand at Blackjack or Roulette, Poker or our 85 slot machines. At Casablanca, the limits range from very low to very high, to accommodate everyone’s chance. Our friendly, experienced staff will fill you in on how to play or you can follow the instructions printed for each of the games. Never played Craps? Always wondered what Baccarat is all about? Are you itching to try your skills against others at Texas Hold’em or Caribbean Stud Poker? Now is the time to pick up the dice or the cards. Casablanca Casino is casually elegant and welcoming. You will love the venue and the action. Relax and savor one of our distinctive cocktails, an icy beer or a fine wine while you decide what to play. Casablanca Casino is moments from the beach on Provo’s Grace Bay, just minutes from all the fine restaurants this area offers. Come to Casablanca and flirt with Lady Luck. Open from 1pm to 5am, with extended hours during peak season. The Casablanca Casino is a proud sponsor of The Turks and Caicos National Kidney Foundation and The Turks and Caicos Sustainable Tourism Conference. Read more......Read less

 
 

CIBC FirstCaribbean is a major Caribbean bank offering a full range of market-leading financial services in Corporate Banking, Retail Banking, Wealth Management, Credit Cards, Treasury Sales and Trading, and Investment Banking. It is the largest, regionally-listed bank in the English-and Dutch speaking Caribbean. The bank has over 2, 900 staff
66 branches, 22 banking centres, and seven offices in 17 regional markets.

On October 14th, 2002, Barclays Bank PLC based in London, United Kingdom and Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce (CIBC) based in Toronto, Canada combined their retail, corporate and offshore Caribbean banking operations and launched FirstCaribbean International Bank. FirstCaribbean brought together two complementary and leading financial services businesses in the Caribbean, and the promise to offer our customers enhanced products and improved and extended access to banking services. On December 22nd, 2006, CIBC became the majority shareholder in the organisation, now holding 91.5% of the bank’s shares in the CIBC FirstCaribbean International Bank. CIBC is a leading North American financial institution serving clients in Canada and around the world. It was recently named the strongest bank in North America and the third strongest bank in the world.

On June 20, 2011 we proudly announced that we would be cobranded under the CIBC banner, adopting the branding CIBC FirstCaribbean. The addition of CIBC to the FirstCaribbean brand emphasizes CIBC’s long-term commitment to the Caribbean region, our employees and our clients. The brand combines the strength of two powerful organizations with CIBC FirstCaribbean representing the proud heritage and uniqueness of the Caribbean, backed by the financial strength of CIBC. Our clients and our employees across the Caribbean will continue to benefit from the long-term investment that CIBC is making in the Caribbean - a history that dates back to our first branches opened in 1836.

CIBC FirstCaribbe an intends to play a key role in the growth and development of the region, its countries and its people. As part of its corporate social agenda, CIBC FirstCaribbean contributes to hundreds of organizations at national, regional and local levels. The bank is committed to partnering with communities in the 18 countries in which it operates. Through the FirstCaribbean International Comtrust Foundation, CIBC FirstCaribbean International Bank dedicates 1% of its profits to community partnership causes each year.
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Caribbean Environmental Design Associates (CEDA) is a consulting firm established in 1995. The company strives to maximize all skills and experiences to effectively and effici ently serve both public and private sector clients in the areas of architecture, planning, environmental impact assessment studies and property appraisals.

The owner, Mr. Oswald Williams, is highly qualified in environmental planning and architectural technology with academic degrees from prestigious universities. Over the years, he has successfully helped his clients in ensuring all aspects of sustainability – social, ecological and economic.

CEDA has provided architectural design, technical supervision and construction management services on many projects. CEDA has also been the leading environmental consultant to government and private sector developers on many major projects throughout the Turks and Caicos Islands and has carried has carried out a number of environmental studies.
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InterCaribbean Airways began in 1991 as an InterIsland Airways Charter Service. In 2003 the Turks and Caicos Government started a push toward regional and international develo pment and it seemed that the time had come to the Turks and Caicos to have its own airline. A scheduled license was applied for and granted, and thus began an ambitious expansion project that involved adding international destinations and acquiring larger and faster aircraft. Still the only scheduled airline serving all the Outer Islands today, interCaribbean Airways also serve several key international destinations, with daily scheduled flights to multiple cities in Haiti, the Dominican Republic, Jamaica, Puerto Rico and the Bahamas.

Future expansion plans call for further development of international routes, including service to St. Maarten in order to offer interline connections throughout the Caribbean, Europe and South America. Fleet expansion continues according to the needs of the routes as they are added. Currently the airline operates two 30 passenger Embraer 120 Brasilias with lavatories, a galleys and flight attendant service, two 19 seat Twin Otters, one 9 passenger Britten Norman Islander and a CitationJet for executive charters. One each additional Twin Otter and Brasilia are on order. InterCaribbean Airways currently operates 50 domestic and international flights on a daily basis.

Chairman Lyndon Gardiner is still deeply involved with the airline daily management, pushing the organization toward his goal of providing a National Flag Carrier that truly serves the unique needs of the country and the region.
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