Range Developments is a Leader in Citizenship by Investment Programs
A new standard of excellence for citizenship by investment in the Caribbean
Founded in 2011, Range Developments is an investment and hospitality company, operating across the Eastern Caribbean. A regional leader as a CBI developer, Range Developments prides itself in delivery of a product to the highest quality and is fully committed to success of its Citizenship by Investment projects.
Range is the only CBI developer who has completed two 5-star luxury resorts. Range Developments’ flagship project, the ultra-luxury 5-star resort Park Hyatt St.Kitts is complete and fully operational since November 1, 2017. It has opened to rave reviews from the leading publications across the globe and hotels’ guests.
The Cabrits Resort & Spa Kempinski, Dominica was open in October 2019 and named one of “the hottest new hotel openings of fall 2019” by Condé Nast Traveler.
Works on the construction site of Range’s third project Six Senses La Sagesse, Grenada have commenced and the company is committed to complete the project in 2022.
The importance of choosing
a proven Citizenship by Investment Developer
Investors have begun to seek financial opportunities around the world in pursuit of lucrative and more stable investments in developed economies. Citizenship by investment has quickly become a necessity to many foreign nationals seeking unrestricted travel and access to global markets. Second citizenships were once a luxury but are now becoming a key component of many investor portfolios.
Second citizenship and citizenship by investment programs are available in many countries, each of which offers citizenship and travel benefits for foreign investors and their families. Caribbean islands, however, have become increasingly popular destinations due to their more accessible level of investment, and in some programs, access to the United States.
Range Developments is a leader in Caribbean citizenship by investment programs because of our proven record of developing luxury properties that meet investor expectations. In fact, we are the only developer in the Caribbean to have successfully delivered two luxury resorts– Park Hyatt St. Kitts and the Cabrits Resort & Spa Kempinski, Dominica. With many unreliable developers offering citizenship by investment programs, only Range Developments can claim our elite status as a firm that delivers on the promises made to investors.
We are proud to offer a new CBI program in Grenada: Six Senses La Sagesse, which is accepting investments from foreign nationals seeking a second passport and all of the benefits afforded by Grenadian citizenship, including access to the United States E-2 visa.
To learn more about our Grenada Citizenship by Investment program:
20,000+ People Impacted
35+ Programs Implemented
500+ Uniforms Donated
150+ Tons of Donations
We take pride in our Social Responsibility Program
Social responsibility is at the very heart of Range Developments. We firmly believe that giving back to the community is a highly rewarding way of moving it forward. By working with local communities at a grassroots level to tackle various social issues, we aim to become an integral part of society. Our CSR portfolio is as diverse as it is impactful and our prime focus is on helping four core areas: Children, Families, Entrepreneurs and Community.
Empowering young people to aspire to a brighter future starts with education and opportunities for personal growth. Our CSR projects are designed to motivate, inspire and actively help students make more meaningful career choices.
Families are the heart of the home. Our CSR projects focus on alleviating financial strain in the operational aspects of the day to day running of various organizations. Key areas we focus on include children with disabilities and the elderly.
The future of any community lies in the success of its people to achieve more and do more. This is why our key CSR initiatives mean investing into education, training and skills development in young people. Securing the future of the youth means they enter the world of work career-ready and can contribute to the growth of the local economy.
Helping the community prosper is key to our CSR activities. This is why our community projects have centered around disaster relief and funding for local non-profits that are actively working within the communities for the benefit of others.
His incredible talent was obvious from a tender age when he was selected to pay for the Dominica under-13 cricket team and went on to represent both the Windward Islands and Dominica at various different levels. However, pursuing the sport is a costly affair with sports equipment costing thousands of dollars for a full kit.
Range Developments Assists Reconstruction Efforts Of Isulukati Special Education School In Kalingo Territory
Range Developments has assisted the school with much needed building materials to help fix the damage sustained by the hurricane. The work will be carried out by a group of men from the USA; missionaries who are volunteering their time and efforts to help others. Agenette Lucien Francis, Principal of Isulukati Special Education School said:
The Range Nursing Award will be granted on a monthly basis and has been introduced by the Government of St Kitts and Nevis for three nursing personnel within the Institution-Based Health Services of St Kitts. The award recognizes the critical role nurses play as members of the health sector; its purpose is to help build
Free Up Farm is a permaculture demonstration site which will showcase Moringa Olifera cultivation, workshops, permaculture design, farm-to table dining and long term projects for interested youth, farmers and voluntourists. Consisting of 7 acres in the northeast area of the island,Free Up Farm is being designed to feature all of Dominica’s many tropical fruits, a
Camp Ezekiel hosted approximately 80 participants at the newcommunity center between 15-22 April 2019. Activities included distribution offood hampers to the elderly, a community march against crime, gangs andviolence and a gospel concert where children demonstrated their talents indrama with displays of love and kindness. Participants learned new skills inthe areas of team building, conflict
The initiative was rolled out across eleven communities on the island including Sufriere, Gallion,Scott’s Head, Kalinago, Paix Bouche, Borne, Bense and villages close to Portsmouth. Beneficiaries were selected on the basis of greatest need and who have received the least amount of assistance from other charitable organizations. Donations were also made to specific community organizations
The local investment and hospitality company has distributing wheelchairs to beneficiaries all over the island, thus helping them to become more mobile and better able to partake in life’s activities. Some of the organizations that have benefited from the initiative so far include Portsmouth Hospital, The Northern District Home for the Aged, Grotto House for
The initiative – known as the Range School Fund – has benefited 1,000 children from 30 primary and secondary schools across the island including Paix Bouche, Woodfordhill and North East Secondary. Due to the large scale of the operation, Range Developments teamed up with volunteers from Portsmouth and surrounding communities to help with the packaging
Christie Auguiste and David Benjamin won the coveted scholarships last year based on their hardworking efforts and impressive academic performance. The scholarships are fully funded and valid for the duration of their studies at Orion Academy. Christie Auguiste,student at Orion Academy said: “On behalf of David and myself I would like to express our gratitude
ST. KITTS – Range Developments and Six Senses Hotels Resorts Spas have kept their promise to the CFBC hospitality students and awarded one of its most promising students a chance to work at the Six Senses Zil Pasyon in the Seychelles. On 29 August 2018, the Honorable Minister of Tourism, Lindsay Grant, awarded the scholarship
Range Developments – an award-winning developer of ultra luxury resorts in the Caribbean – is pleased to confirm its support for there construction of a women’s center in Portsmouth. The North District Progressive Women’s Club (NDPWC) was established in 1979 and offers training to adolescent mothers and women in life skills, academic attainment and other
Range Developments is pleased to announce that restoration of the Pier in Cabrits National Park has been completed. The project has been undertaken in partnership with M/V Pacific Hope, a ship that is dedicated to supporting the local community through provision of medical care and construction services via its dedicated volunteers. The Pier was severely
Range Developments – an award-winning developer of ultra luxury resorts in the Caribbean – is once again responding to the needs of the local community by providing much needed financial support to CALLS – an educational centre which provides teaching and guidance for young people who are unable to continue their studies at school due
For young people to become productive and successful members of society, having the right guidance, motivation and support is key. Without these, the drive to turn dreams into reality fades, leaving young people despondent and without hope. This can eventually increase the risk of venturing into the world of drugs and petty crime. Building confidence,
The hospitality industry hinges on its ability to satisfy tourists in a truly unique way. Consumers are looking for an ‘experience’ when they take a vacation. They value vendors who employ locals with working knowledge of the area they are situated in, as it helps to create an authentic experience for tourists. Therefore, the need for
Range Developments has always taken a keen interest in promoting local art and helping the economy in the process. Hence, we are very proud to be sponsoring an art project entitled ‘Majestic and Magical’ which focuses on the diversity of flora and fauna on the Island of Dominica. ‘Majestic and Magical’ is a beautiful, hardback
Storm Erika happened in August 2015 and was considered to be one of the deadliest natural disasters to ever have hit Dominica since Hurricane David almost 40 years ago in 1979. Much of the Island’s infrastructure was wiped out with thousands of roads, bridges and homes destroyed, as well as thousands more people being displaced
As any non-profit will attest to, operational costs are some of the largest expenses an organization incurs. Alleviating any operational costs for non-profits goes a long way in improving the work and level of service these amazing organizations do on a daily basis. That is the reason one of the unveiled Range Developments’ initiatives has
After months of hard work and dedication, the team at Range Developments has successfully completed the clearing of Segment 12 of the Waitukubuli National Trail (WNT) which was ravaged by hurricane Maria. The devastation was so extensive that Segment 12 – which leads from Borne to Penville – is currently the only section of the
Dominica has many pockets of communities which fall into the low socio-economic band. As such, education in these areas is more difficult, since parents may struggle with simple things like school uniforms and school equipment. Often, children will pass on clothing and equipment to younger siblings to avoid the additional expense. This is precisely why
Ask any Country in the world where they should invest to secure their future, and the answer is almost always without exception this: good education for young people. Education provides huge opportunities for growth and ensures stability and a brighter future for a Country’s economy. It’s no co-incidence that the poorest countries in the world
Closely working with people and officials in Dominica, Range Developments’ CSR team has consolidated all its efforts to help improve the living conditions of the communities shattered by the tragedy of the hurricane Maria has wreaked havoc across the Carib-bean islands. Arrangements have been taken to provide mattresses and bunk beds for children to the
A citizenship by investment programme is offered by a nation's government and is commonly called economic citizenship. By making an investment in a country’s fund or an approved real estate project, the investor may be eligible for citizenship in that country. This citizenship provides flexibility, mobility and security. By obtaining economic citizenship, and a second passport, the investor will have more options and freedom to travel.
To qualify for Citizenship by investment programme, you need to make an investment in a designated real estate project approved by the Government. In addition, you need to pay other fees and taxes as applicable and fulfill the formal requirement as identified by the government.
Yes, in the majority of cases your family member (below 30 and elderly parents) can be included in your citizenship application. For further details please contact our consultants.
Government approvals and processing may take about 3-4 months from the submission of your application.
There is no requirement to visit or reside in the country for citizenship.
Under the new government regulations, the requirement of interview is abolished.
The passport is valid for 10 years and easily renewed thereafter.
The US E2 investor visa program allows foreign nationals to invest in an approved US enterprise within a treaty country of the US. In return, the investor and their immediate family are permitted to travel to, reside, work and go to school in the United States.
To qualify for US E2 Visa an investor must be a national of a country with which the US maintains a treaty of commerce and navigation. Grenada is a US treaty country that can grant investors access to a US E2 visa. Additionally, the investor must commit a substantial amount of capital in an approved US enterprise and wish to enter the US for the sole purpose of developing or overseeing the approved investment enterprise.