Diana Lynch creates first black-owned golf resort, in Dom Rep Loop Jamaica

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Alma De Samaná in the Dominican Republic

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Diana Lynch, an Atlanta-based attorney-at-law is also the CEO of Alma De Samaná Golf Resort & Residencies.

But, more importantly, Lynch is the owner of the first black-owned golf resort on the island.

Lynch is the founding member of the Lynch Law Group but sparingly shifts her focus to real estate to develop the prestigious Alma de Samaná Golf & Residences in the Samaná Bay region – the island’s first Black-owned golf resort.⁠

Alma de Samaná spans an elaborate 2,000 acres along the scenic Dom Rep coastline of commercial and residential real estate, including over 1,400 luxury condos and villas.

The price tag and progress are not as quiet as the appeal of the luxe condos. The US$582-million project is slated for rollout throughout 15 to 20 years, with select sections of the resort set to open sooner.

According to reports, Alma de Samaná will boast a ‘meticulously curated blend of commercial and residential real estate, featuring over 1,400 upscale villas and condominiums’.

The resort was described as a unique destination where ‘you can explore mountains and ocean, history and culture and the authenticity of its people’, but it is also ripe with investment possibilities.

According to Lynch, ‘The unveiling of this important initiative marks an iconic moment in Black History. It encourages everyone to help shape the future of one of the Caribbean’s most stunning places.

Loop Lifestyle is dreaming of Dom Rep possibilities.

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