Briland Club development acquires additional 21.4 acres
4M Harbour Island Ltd. has acquired an additional 21.4 acres of land, adding to the Harbour Island property’s 27 acres.
4M made the announcement about its development, called Briland Club, in a press statement released Friday.
The company said the land acquisition was carried out without adding debt to the property.
“The project, known as Briland Club Residences and Marina, will feature club memberships, luxury residences, waterfront dining, retail shops and the only mega-yacht marina in the region to include Technomarine floating docks, wave attenuation, clean/reliable power, in-slip fueling and waste removal, which is currently under construction by Bahamas Marine Construction,” the press statement revealed.
“The project will minimize its impact on the environment through solar efficiencies, water reclamation, reduction of light pollution and efficient plumbing fixtures. 4M continues to explore other environmentally friendly techniques.”
4M’s principal Michael Wiener said he and his family decided to invest in Harbour Island because of its beauty, its people and its safety.
“We love this island and its people, and we are committed to making a positive contribution to both the island and to its people,” he said. “This place is very, very special.”
4M is represented by Ryan Pinder and Andrew Wells of Graham Thompson, as its legal counsel, and Forbes Capital Solutions as its financial advisor.
It was announced in 2017 that the project would move forward. Its property includes the iconic “Haunted House” of Harbour Island that 4M said it is attempting to preserve.
“I would like the Haunted House to become a space for guests and locals to congregate, to dine and to enjoy the beauty of this magical place,” said Wiener.
“Government officials have worked collaboratively with us. It is apparent that they care deeply to improve the lives and economy of locals in the Family Islands,” he added.
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