Pointe Xpress – Economic Ambassador Calvin Ayre has revealed that his Ayre Group will undertake a substantial tourism venture in Antigua’s Jolly Harbour.
The Ayre Group’s $400 million investment will materialize as the opulent Niki Beach resort across 10 acres near Jolly Beach.
While formal details are impending, Ayre anticipates a three to four-year development timeframe.
The resort, adjacent to Prime Minister Gaston Browne’s residence, will encompass luxury accommodations and private villas.
Ayre plans to secure initial funding with later investment recruitment.
He emphasized that attracting high-end tourists enhances Antigua and Barbuda’s tourism impact and economy.
The project aims to elevate the country’s profile on the global map.