Kavala looks to New York with luxury investment

The city of Kavala in northeastern Greece will become a hotspot for wealthy expats seeking EU golden visas, with luxury resorts like the Hamptons on the northeastern coast of the United States. This is the plan of a foreign investor who presented through social media a large-scale tourism investment to be made on the former property of the privatization fund TAIPED.

The Nea Iraklitsa property moved to the next stage of development after its sale to Iranian-Canadian businessman Alex Haditagi was completed last November.

The Hamptons Greece Project promises to bring the luxury and living conditions of the Hamptons of New York to Greece.

This is a major tourism and residential investment that will be developed on an area of ​​149 hectares and will include, among other things, a major five-star hotel and a collection of luxury villas. Olive groves on one side, Aegean Sea on the other.

In an enthusiastic Facebook post, investor Alex Haditagi introduced his audience to the investment, notably in Hamptons, Greece, where 280 luxury villas were designed by two of the world’s leading architects. I mentioned that there is only one.

He touts an investment in one of his villas as a unique luxury and standard of living, as well as a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to obtain golden visas for up to eight people, opening the door to the EU.

The investment is estimated at around €500 million and, as announced on Facebook, prominent Greek businessmen Dimitris and Georgios Melissanidis will participate in the investment.

PS Hamptons in Kavala? €250,000 to €500,000 Golden Visa? You can’t even buy a kiosk at this price in the real Hamptons…

You can take a girl out of a village, but you can’t take a girl out of the village. husband! I forgot that this Greek Hampton is not for Greeks. Kavala looks to New York with luxury investment

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