The city of Kavala in north-eastern Greece will turn into a hot spot for affluent foreigners seeking EU Golden Visa, due to a luxury resort like the Hamptons in the north-east US coast. This is the plan of a foreign investor who presented through social media the large tourist investment that will be made in the former property of Privatization Fund TAIPED.
The property in Nea Iraklitsa moved to the next phase of development as its sale to the Iranian-Canadian businessman Alex Haditaghi was completed last November.
The Hamptons Greece project promises to bring the luxury and living conditions of the Hamptons of New York to Greece.
It is a major tourist and residential investment, which will be developed on an area of 149 hectares and will include, among other things, a leading 5-star hotel and a collection of luxury villas, in a green area that is “embraced” by olive groves on one side and the Aegean Sea on the other the other.
In an enthusiastic post on Facebook, investor Alex Haditaghi presented the investment to his audience, mentioning among other things that in the Greek Hamptons there will be only 280 luxury villas designed by two of the world’s leading architects.
He promotes the investment in one of the villas as a unique opportunity to acquire not only a unique luxury and standard of living residence but also a Golden Visa for up to 8 people which will open the door to the EU.
The investment is estimated to amount to approximately 500 million euros, while as he had also announced on Facebook, the well-known Greek businessmen Dimitris and Georgios Melissanidis will participate in the investment.
PS Hamptons in Kavala? A Golden Visa for 250,000-500,000 euros? In the real Hamptons you don;t buy even a kiosk for this price….
You can take the girl out of the village, but you sure can’t take the village out of the girl. Ops! I forgot this Hamptons in Greece is not for Greeks.