This village, on the north coast of the Dominican Republic, is envisioned as a sustainable development project by extending the economy of Samana, a thriving settlement of 20,000 people.
Samana was first settled by Europeans in 1799, when Napoleon (then sovereign over Hispanola) commissioned a study for a navy base here. It is a rare deepwater port in the tropical New World.
Land: 22 hectare
Scope: 400-key hotel, waterfront marina, workspace, apartments, and luxury villas in contemporary Caribbean architectural flavor.