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Destiny Africa

Destiny Africa Technology Park is envisioned as a cutting-edge science and technology park to be located as part the ‘Destiny Africa Ecosphere’ mega-development in George, South Africa. The park is designed to operate in close association with major colleges and universities of the region. A project of KDMC, the 456-hectare Destiny Africa development in George is envisioned to include a business incubation park, a knowledge park, and a science and technology park.

 

The planned resort and business destination would include retail and commercial developments such as hotels, destination conference/meeting facilities, shopping areas and residential property. StoneCreek Partners prepared an analysis of the market support for such a facility, with extensive review of comparable projects in other world regions in order to benchmark the facility standards for Destiny Africa. A detailed evaluation of the long-haul convention and conference business was included with the work.

 

Seralago Destination Resort

Floribra USA – Newfield Enterprises International  |  Owner representative for design, development, and operation of the master sewer, water, storm drainage infrastructure for Seralago resort, along with development of the resort’s first phase, Falcon’s Fire Golf Club.  All development pads for future building were also prepped as part of the first phase development.   On behalf of the family office of Newfield Enterprises International (NEI), itself owned the Ibrahim brothers:  HES’ Abdulaziz, Khaled, and Waleed bin Ibrahim Al Ibrahim.

 

 

Schaumburg Marriott

Representing partner in this 50/50 joint venture, provided partner (owner) representation and asset management of this prominent suburban Chicago hotel, situated within.

 

The hotel facility, as well as Woodfield Corporate Center, are situated adjacent to Woodfield Mall, a prominent Chicago suburban regional shopping center. The Village of Schaumburg, Illinois has grown to become the retail commercial hub of the northwest suburbs. The village is home to Medieval Times, Spring Valley Nature Sanctuary, and many restaurants and hotels. Schaumburg is also the location of more than 13 million square feet of industrial space occupying over 1,600 acres of land.