Tree Plantation in Roatan:
A Legacy Property
my studied opinion, Parrot Tree Plantation, Roatan,
Honduras is a true "Legacy Property." By that,
I mean, a property that fulfills those tests required
to define a property or asset that will remain competitive,
provide value appreciation, continued use, and if desired
a favorable income over several generations.
of such "Legacy Properties" that exist and
have provided to its owners and heirs significant benefits
for generations include Rockefeller Center in New Your
City, and Portofino, Italy, a delightful community of
mullti-storied buildings that have attracted millions
of residents, families, tourists and owners for many
generations. Coca-Cola stock has accomplished the same
for many Georgia families whose predecessors purchased
stock early in the 1900s and still provide in their
wills that the stock is never to be sold.
Tree Plantation is an excellent long tem investment.
As an upscale resort community that has deservedly attracted
significant growing international appeal, it combines
magnificent design and precise construction by its outstanding,
environment-friendly developer, John Edwards. Architecturally,
the land plan is exceptional. Aesthetics are more than
pleasing from the classic interiors to the exterior
elevations which enable this resort to pass these tests
easily. There is nothing "trendy" in Parrot
Tree Plantation. Each of the residences is special and
unique. Artisans of great talent and pride have done
their best to make every detail exact. Marble floors
and vanities, Honduran mahogany cabinetry expertly fitted,
and orientation to the Caribbean Sea's breathtaking
vista of each residence are the result of careful planning
the world over will continue to come to the resort,
attracted by one of the world's finest fishing waters
and Parrot Tree Plantation's docking facilities. Roatan
boasts the second largest living coral reefs in the
world. It has superior boating and diving facilities.
Artists will continue to be attracted to sketch, paint
and revel in the details of the neo-Moorish designs
influenced by the finest of the Mediterranean coastline.
extensive investigation of the design, construction,
and provision for long term management and maintenance,
I can safely conclude that yes, Parrot Tree Plantation
indeed qualifies as a "Legacy Property".
--Alexander A. "Sandy" Simon
Mr. Simon, a native of seaside Delray Beach, Florida,
is a graduate of Georgia Tech's School of Architecture,
and holds an MBA from the prestigious Wharton Graduate
School, University of Pennsylvania. His 35 year career
in real estate planning, development and management
includes specialty shopping centers, waterfront condominiums,
and residential subdivisions. he was CEO of Shenandoah
Development, Inc., developers of a 7,500 acre New Town
near Atlanta, Georgia. Mr. Simon was also the first
president and creator of the Atlanta Foreign Trade Zone.
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