The Excitement is Building at Turks & Caicos Sporting Club at Ambergris Cay

NEW YORK, July 27 /PRNewswire/ — The excitement is building at the Turks & Caicos Sporting Club at Ambergris Cay — literally. Dolan, Pollak & Schram TCI, LTD’s newest private island sporting club and residential community, the Turks & Caicos Sporting Club at Ambergris Cay, will be home to seaview homesites ranging from $525K to $3.5M and world-class amenities that promise an active lifestyle. Proposed amenities include a Members’ Lodge, 5,500-foot paved airstrip with customs house, deepwater marina with 200+ foot capacity, world-class sportfishing and diving, equestrian center, fitness center, spa and more. First year sales, pending membership and land sales for the Sporting Club are in excess of $50 million.

The process of building the Sporting Club at Ambergris Cay requires the talents and energy of an incredible team of people, from architects and land planners to construction workers and marketers, to name a few. Only DPS has the reputation, resources and successful track record to make the dream of this unique community a reality. Strategic partnerships both locally and abroad are an integral part of DPS’ success and include the renowned Greenbrier Resort & Club Management Company (GRCM), a proven leader in the management of premier private clubs and Ambergris Cay Limited, whose partners include two respected Turks & Caicos residents, Henry Mensen and Harold Charles, and DPS managing partners, Peter Pollak and Steve Schram. Mr. Mensen, a 15-year Turks & Caicos resident, brings expertise and experience from an illustrious construction, property and development career with him. Mr. Charles, owner of SkyKing airlines, has played an active role in the growth of Turks & Caicos for more than 20 years.

On-island, work is currently underway on the shipping channel, marina, airstrip extension and the creation of Salt Raker’s Lagoon using the largest excavator in the Caribbean, as well as installation of Phase 1 utilities, including desalination plant and sewer treatment plant and generators. Also at work on-island is JACA TCI Ltd., the world-class construction company from Mexico. JACA leverages more than 100 years of hotel and resort experience among its principals and has extensive experience on demanding Caribbean projects. Malphrus Construction, the largest site contractor in coastal South Carolina and Georgia, is also on-island installing roads. And, Port-A-Camp units, the dormitories, offices, bathrooms, kitchen and dining facility for the JACA staff, are now on-island. “This is exciting stuff — the true beginning of ‘life on the island,’” said Dan Paquette, Vice President of Planning & Development for DPS. “Plus, you can now view photographs of the exciting work currently underway on our website photo gallery at http://www.tc-sportingclub.com/.”

Based in New York and South Carolina, DPS develops sporting communities on historic properties, with a commitment to preserving each property’s distinct character and environment. Luxury sporting amenities focus on an appreciation for the great outdoors and provide activities for the entire family. In addition to the Turks & Caicos Sporting Club at Ambergris Cay, other award-winning sporting clubs developed by DPS include The Ford Plantation in Georgia, Deep Water Cay Club in the Bahamas, The Greenbrier Sporting Club in West Virginia and Snake River Sporting Club in Jackson, Wyoming. DPS is also a joint venture partner with Great Harbor Yacht Club in Nantucket.

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