Founded in 2011, Range Developments is an investment and hospitality company, operating across the Eastern Caribbean. As a leading real estate developer, Range Developments prides itself in delivery of a product of the highest quality and is committed to success of its Citizenship-by-Investment projects.
Range Developments' flagship project, the ultra-luxury 5-star resort Park Hyatt St. Kitts is complete and fully operation since November 1, 2017.
Range Developments has two other developments in the region. The Cabrits Resort Kempinski, Dominica is currently under construction with an opening scheduled for 2019.
We set a new bar for Caribbean luxury and create a compelling investment opportunity for the families seeking second citizenship.
Our fast-growing portfolio of successful clients’ applications is a testament to our professionalism and expertise in the Citizenship by Investment industry.
Social responsibility is at the very heart of Range Developments. We firmly believe that giving back to the community is a highly rewarding way of moving it forward. By working with local communities at a grassroots level to tackle various social issues, we aim to become an integral part of society. Our CSR portfolio is as diverse as it is impactful and our prime focus is on helping four core areas: Children, Families, Entrepreneurs and Community
Empowering young people to aspire to a brighter future starts with education and opportunities for personal growth. Our CSR projects are designed to motivate, inspire and actively help students make more meaningful career choices.
Families are the heart of the home. Our CSR projects focus on alleviating financial strain in the operational aspects of the day to day running of various organizations. Key areas we focus on include children with disabilities and the elderly.
The future of any community lies in the success of its people to achieve more and do more. This is why our key CSR initiatives mean investing into education, training and skills development in young people. Securing the future of the youth means they enter the world of work career-ready and can contribute to the growth of the local economy.
Helping the community prosper is key to our CSR activities. This is why our community projects have centered around disaster relief and funding for local non-profits that are actively working within the communities for the benefit of others.
Range Developments has started the new year with a new CSR initiative aimed at helping disabled people in need across Dominica.Read More
1000 School children across Dominica benefited from free school equipment. Range Developments was pleased to help children across Dominica with their studies by providing them with essential school equipment such as pens, notebooks and bags.Read More
Range Developments and Six Senses Hotels Resorts Spas have kept their promise to the CFBC hospitality students and awarded one of its most promising students a chance to work at the Six Senses Zil Pasyon in the Seychelles.Read More
Range Developments - an award-winning developer of ultra luxury resorts in the Caribbean - is pleased to confirm its support for the reconstruction of a women’s center in Portsmouth.Read More
Range Developments is pleased to announce that restoration of the Pier in Cabrits National Park has been completed.Read More
We are responding to the needs of the local community by providing much needed financial support to CALLS - an educational centre which provides teaching and guidance for young people who are unable to continue their studies at school due to poor performance in exams.Read More
In 2014, Range Developments was on a mission to help 250 kids aged 8-16 from communities across St Kitts and Nevis learn key life skills, renew their sense of worth and improve their future prospects.Read More
Range Developments facilitates and supports hospitality training for the locals in St Kitts and Nevis in the Caribbean. The focus is on ensuring students benefit from being trained in Park Hyatt, one of our main luxury developments, and have a great future ahead of them in the hospitality sector.Read More
Range Developments has always taken a keen interest in promoting local art and helping the economy in the process. Hence, we are very proud to be sponsoring an art project entitled ‘Majestic and Magical’ which focuses on the diversity of flora and fauna on the Island of Dominica.Read More
We sent over 100 tons of food and household goods to bring much-needed relief to the Islanders. Survival essentials such as tinned food, nappies, water and baby milk were sent via a special convoy to Dominica within days of the storm subsiding.Read More
Uniforms are an integral part of an organization, and can easily stack up to a considerable expense. By supplying uniforms and other clothing for various non-profits, we’re helping to reduce operational expenditure.Read More
After months of hard work and dedication, the team at Range Developments has successfully completed the clearing of Segment 12 of the Waitukubuli National Trail (WNT) which was ravaged by hurricane MariaRead More
Our aim is to address education problems head-on by providing much needed school essentials for 300 children across 15 secondary schools.Read More
Range Developments created a scholarship program to help under-privileged but promising students the chance of having their academic dreams fulfilled.Read More
Closely working with people and officials in Dominica, Range Developments’ CSR team has consolidated all its efforts to help improve the living conditions of the communities shattered by the tragedy of the hurricane Maria has wreaked havoc across the Caribbean islands.Read More
“We are extremely delighted to welcome such an experienced hospitality developer to Grenada. Range Developments is well known for the high quality of its hotels and for the ability to deliver the results in our region. Our Government’s policy is to bring investment and sustainable jobs to the country, and our partnership with Range Developments is an irrefutable proof to this. What’s more telling is that this project will be based in a rural part of the country, St. David; showing our commitment to ensuring that every part of our Tri-Island State is developed.”
“We are very comfortable with Range. We are extremely comfortable with Kempinski. We are excited that they have come to Dominica. Range has clearly indicated that they are here not only for the short term or medium term, but certainly for the long term. They will certainly help transform the tourism industry in Dominica.”
“We have very positive experience working with Range Developments. It shows what we really expected our CBI to do, that is to help us with our development agenda. I want to thank Range Developments who came, who invested and who delivered an important new addition to the luxury end of St. Kitts and Nevis.”
A citizenship by investment programme is offered by a nation's government and is commonly called economic citizenship. By making an investment in a country’s fund or an approved real estate project, the investor may be eligible for citizenship in that country. This citizenship provides flexibility, mobility and security. By obtaining economic citizenship, and a second passport, the investor will have more options and freedom to travel.
To qualify for Citizenship by investment programme, you need to make an investment in a designated real estate project approved by the Government. In addition, you need to pay other fees and taxes as applicable and fulfill the formal requirement as identified by the government.
Yes, in the majority of cases your family member (below 30 and elderly parents) can be included in your citizenship application. For further details please contact our consultants.
Government approvals and processing may take about 3-4 months from the submission of your application.
There is no requirement to visit or reside in the country for citizenship.
Under the new government regulations, the requirement of interview is abolished.
The passport is valid for 10 years and easily renewed thereafter.