At 10 stories, it is hard to ignore One Ocean on Paradise Island, just as it is hard to ignore the turnaround story of the high-rise property that went from a stalled eyesore to a vision to reality, and is now what one real estate investor called “the best investment opportunity currently available on Paradise … Continue reading One Ocean developers target early May for phase 2 completion
When it comes to best of the best it is hard to do better than the beaches of The Bahamas! Two beaches, the pink sand beaches of Harbour Island and Tropic of Cancer Beach in Exuma, made the top 10 best Caribbean beaches list chosen by thousands of USA Today readers, along with a panel … Continue reading Bahamas Beaches Ranked in USA Today’s Top 10!
One Ocean Luxury Penthouses on Paradise Island are the epitome of Luxury! This brand new One Ocean Penthouse offers the ultimate luxury living on Paradise Island. With 5 bedrooms and 6 baths this spacious floor plan spans over 5,000 sq.ft. There is also a bonus den which can be used as a 6th bedroom or … Continue reading One Ocean Luxury Penthouses ~ Bahamas Real Estate
Nicholas Thompson looks to build on his runner-up finish at last year’s Great Exuma Classic. (Ryan Young/PGA TOUR) Mental fortitude will be required once again at The Bahamas Great Exuma Classic at Sandals Emerald Bay. The weather should not pose quite as much as a challenge as last year, when tournament champion Kyle Thompson was … Continue reading Expert Picks: The Bahamas Great Exuma Classic at Sandals Emerald Bay
With 700 islands to explore and just an hour’s flight from Miami, the Bahamas are as accessible as they are magical. By BOB CURLEY Nassau, home to the Atlantis and Baha Mar mega-resorts, is the most familiar and accessible destination in the Bahamas, but it’s only a small taste of this diverse archipelago nation’s charms. … Continue reading The Ultimate Vacation Guide to the Bahamas
By bringing in local talent and creating connections with nearby islands, Paradise Island is creating a real sense of place. I have a Dark ’n’ Stormy in one hand, a forkful of freshly caught conch in the other, and am sitting on a wooden deck above a mostly empty white sand beach. I can almost … Continue reading In the Bahamas, The Cove Gets a Refresh