3 Summer s End, St. John, VI Introduction Summer s End is the brainchild of the award winning development team of Chaliese Summers and Rick Barksdale. Located on the sleepy East End of St. John, U.S.V.I. in Coral Bay, Summer s End is a potential seven phase project anchored by The Yacht Club at Summer s End and The St. John Marina. Long known as the Jewel of the Caribbean because of her massive national park covering 70% of the island, St. John s development has been frustrated due to the lack of a marina. After nearly a decade of effort and hundreds of thousands of dollars invested by Chaliese and her team, St. John will no longer lack the friendly access needed to realize her potential. Summer s End is a market driven development whose design is tailored to her specific market. Each phase is designed for organic growth that supports successive phases. While great effort has been exerted to make Summer s End collective and comprehensive in design and scope, each phase is independent and autonomous from the other financially and developmentally. With a projected fulfillment timeline of six to eight years, the purpose of this document is to provide a comprehensive overview of the Summer s End vision, introduce principals involved and provide an idea of financial potential to those individuals who have the ability to share in the enthusiasm and dividends offered by this life changing and legacy development.
5 Summer s End, St. John, VI Phase Identification Phase I - The Yacht Club at Summer s End State of the art, eco friendly marine facility specifically designed for mega yachts with limited access and enhanced security, shuttle and concierge to satisfy every need. Phase II - The St. John Marina - docks and upland buildings newly constructed, full service, 100 wet slip marina featuring customs, fine dining, provisioner, sports bar, gourmet wine & cheese, fuel, laundry, etc Le Petit Maisons - residential development for 15 luxury villa homes available to purchase and have a residence near yachts Phase III Luxe Retail Outlet renovate existing commercial complex to accommodate 6-8 premium brand outlets (USVI $1600 duty free/person & no sales tax) Boardwalk - Install compellingly lit waterfront boardwalk connecting Phases 1-3 for safe pedestrian thoroughfare and tourist destination Luxury Yacht Charters short term brokerage of exclusive yacht charter Phase IV Boutique Resort & Spa secluded, picturesque 10 acre site across the bay from The Yacht Club & Marina Phase V The Great House Retail expansion via build out of upland property across the street from existing Phase ll consisting of internet café, provisioner expansion, hardware, chandlery, etc. Exclusive yacht club - purchase existing building and renovate Phase VI Mixed Use Resort Development 170+ panoramic acres available for purchase overlooking all of Summer s End, Coral Bay and down island (last large land parcel available on St. John) Phase VII The Docks at Summer s End marina for smaller boats and large scale charter with possible dry dockage Condo Development on 5 hillside acres as part of The Docks at Summer s End
7 The Yacht Club at Summer s End Phase l Mega yacht marina The Yacht Club at Summer s End is the preeminent destination for mega and super yachts in the Caribbean. Now the rich and famous can escape the paparazzi and fish bowls of St. Barts and the Cote de Azure and disappear into the quiet and solitude of St. John, a tropical paradise that is home to thousands of acres of unspoiled mountainous terrain ribboned with hiking trails, old sugar plantation ruins and breathtaking beaches like Trunk Bay. As St. John s first marina and only mega yacht portage, The Yacht Club at Summer s End will feature enhanced security and concierge as a part of enjoying all of the services and amenities necessary for a repast of the spirit focused on relaxation and rejuvenation. Depth ranging from 15 to 19 feet will allow access for a wide variety of mega and super yacht sizes while slip availability will be limited to insuring exclusivity. An additional slips are also available at The Yacht Club for select full size yachts, in water depths from 8-14 feet, bring slip totals near 40. Fast tracking this phase through a streamlined permitting process in place with territorial officials facilitates a development period of as little as 10 months from funding to grand opening. Total CapEx: $ 16,000,000 Development period: 12 months Total Value: $ 37.6M (10 year) Status: Permitting and preleasing
8 The Yacht Club at Summer s End / St. John Marina Project Team Roster Development Chaliese Summers of The Summer s End Group, LLC and her team are responsible for overseeing the project from design, development and construction, to grand opening and successful operation. Dock Design & Type, Construction Performa Jeff Boyd, co-founder of Island Global Yachting, is now the owner of Marine Management and Consulting NV. In the last 30 years Jeff has designed, developed and built some of the most successful and impressive marinas in the Caribbean Basin including Yacht Club Isle de Sol on St. Maarten and Haven Grand on St. Thomas, USVI. Marina Consultants ATM, Applied Technology and Management is a world leader and is assisting in evaluating market studies and business planning, facilities planning and layout, and marine engineering and design. Marina Management Johnny Powers, CEO/Suntex Ventures, owns, operates and manages premium marinas and upland property in the U.S., Caribbean and Mexico. They are leading to manage and operate Summer s End marinas through their new JV (Suntex International brand) with Jeff Boyd, as well as minority ownership. Architect Tracy Roberts, AIA/Springline Architects. Responsible for design and building plans, and successfully shepherding project through all government permitting authorities. Marine Biologist Amy Dempsy, M.A. of BioImpact, Inc. Responsible for terrestrial and marine environmental assessment reports, mitigation remediation analysis and support for the permitting process through completion.
9 Project Engineer Joe Mina, principal of JAM Engineering. Responsible for erosion control plan, SWPPP report, storm water management design and permitting support. Legal Council and Government Liaison Brion Morrisette, Esq. Advises and facilitates in areas of public perception, local laws and government permit issues and communications. Market & Construction Budget Analysis Rick Barksdale, owner Rick Barksdale Construction, LLC and principal in The Summer s End Group, LLC. Collects, analyzes and reviews all market data, formulates marketing strategy and consults in all areas of design, development, construction and budgeting.
13 The St. John Marina Phase ll Full service marina The St. John Marina is an important component of the entire Summer s End destination vision as it is one of two marinas that anchor the development and acts as the superhighway to facilitate growth and expansion. As the gateway to the world s favorite fall and winter yachting and sailing playground (Sir Francis Drake Channel), The St. John Marina offers every desirable amenity to yachtsmen and nature lovers including upscale, casual restaurant, sports bar, gourmet wine and cheese shop, provisioner, fuel, laundry and Customs office. Her Tommy Bahama meets the French Quarter of New Orleans architectural style sets the tone in a sexy, romantic refuge that is home to world class dining, fun and relaxation on St. John s verdant, sleepy Coral Bay. Through painstaking market research and development, The St. John Marina at Summer s End is designed to serve a captive and exclusive untapped market to the delight of sailors, lovers of St. John and her investment partners. Total CapEx: $ 10,500,000 Development period: 14 months Total Value: $ 24M (10 year) Status: Ready for permitting
15 Le Petit Maisons au Summer s End Phase ll Le Petit Maisons Le Petit Maisons (the little plantations) is the first residential component offered for sale exclusively through the Summer s End Group. This 7.25 acre ridge top property overlooks The Yacht Club at Summer s End and The St. John Marina, and provides breathtaking views of Coral Bay and the Caribbean Sea. Within a private, secure, gated community, 15 villas will be the exclusive domain of those desiring a terrestrial base of operations to go along with their yacht portage. Villas will range in price from $2.4-$3.2M and will offer the same preferred amenities buyers have at home and on their yachts docked at The Yacht Club at Summer s End. The market for Le Petit Masons is a captive one as there are no other gated communities overlooking the only marinas on St. John. The Ocean View Villas Residences of Scrub Island, BVI are comparable. With The Yacht Club at Summer s End playing a sweet siren s song, the stunning hillside residences of Le Petit Maisons are harmonious additions to complete the Caribbean s ultimate, intimate, haute destination for fun, rest and relaxation. Total CapEx: $ 3,500,000 Development period: 60 months ROI: 60% Status: Pre-sales, engineering and preliminary road prep complete
17 Summer s End, St. John, VI Phase III Luxe Retail Outlet Stores As with all of Summer s End, this phase looks to simply incorporate into the development businesses whose models are already successful within the Caribbean basin. The outlet craze has permeated every socio-economic strata of our collective psyche regardless of what language one speaks or which part of the globe is claimed as home. One of the biggest draws in Old San Juan, Puerto Rico and elsewhere in the islands are the outlet shops. What is now the Coco Lobo shopping complex next to the Voyages building will be redesigned and renovated to support 6-8 high end outlet storefronts with names like Michael Kors, Polo, Tommy Hilfiger, Puma, Betsy Johnson, Armani Exchange, Coach, Hugo Boss, Yves Saint Laurent, bebe, Calvin Klein, Dolce & Gabbana, BCBG or Louis Vuitton to name a few. A beautiful courtyard setting combined with premium brands for a discount is the perfect combination for retail success, especially combined with the lack of sales tax and $1600 duty free per person in the U.S. Virgin Islands. Total CapEx: $ 2,000,000 Development period: 19 months Total Value: TBD Status: Primary due diligence complete
19 Summer s End, St. John, VI Phase III The Boardwalk The ultimate sweep her off of her feet experience is a romantic, moonlit stroll along a compelling waterfront with views that are the inspiration of poets and motion pictures. The Boardwalk at Summer s End seeks to do its part to establish a new standard for Cupid s work in the Caribbean. From a practical standpoint, The Boardwalk will provide a safe pedestrian thoroughfare linking Phases l-lv of Summer s End providing for carefree shopping and a destination for site seeing. While all components of every phase have flexible phase incorporation, The Boardwalk has the most flexibility to be incorporated within any of the seven phases. Total CapEx: $ 6,000,000 Development period: 24 months Total Value: TBD Status: Due diligence
21 Summer s End, St. John, VI Phase III Luxury Yacht Charters Readers of Caribbean Travel and Life, Brides, GQ and Vogue all agree there s nothing that stirs the flames of passion more than a week on a tropical island or sexy Caribbean chartered yacht cruise. Seasoned travelers looking for romance and or adventure site these tropical getaways as their top picks. And it just gets better when you combine the two. Summer s End Luxury Yacht Charters looks to offer booking and brokerage services along with our own mini fleet of beautiful, custom yachts. Starting with 3 yachts featuring much sought after brands like Ferretti, Lazzara LSX and Marquis in the category of the azure waters of the U.S. and British Virgin Islands never looked better. Participation in this phase of the Summer s End development obviously offers perks unequaled by any other. Total CapEx: $ 12,900,000 Development period: 4 year Annual profit: $ 2.6M (year 4) Status: Primary due diligence complete
23 Summer s End, St. John, VI Phase IV Boutique Resort & Spa An impressive market for island respite seeking privacy and solitude in an intimate setting is underserved in the U.S.V.I. St. John s only two resorts are large in scale and cater primarily to an American market. The boutique resorts typically cater to those individuals who are international travelers, both foreign and domestic who seek the highest levels of amenities and services. Surrounded by National Park, a 10 acre site has been identified for the development of a state of the art boutique resort featuring bungalow type suites, pampering spa, five star dining and more. Sequestered across the bay from The Yacht Club at Summer s End, a convenient water taxi offers transport back to civilization. Otherwise spa treatments, an oasis cloistered pool, private beach and hammocks are the order of the day. Total CapEx: $ 26-30M Development period: 3-4 years Total Value: TBD Status: Due diligence
25 Summer s End, St. John, VI Phase V The Great House Located directly across the street from the waterfront of The St. John Marina, will be The Great House. In the classic style of iconic sugar plantation homes of the Caribbean and Deep South, The Great House will provide additional square footage for retail expansion as dictated by the market. The Great House and her accessory building look to be the hub of Summer s End community activities via mainstays of Internet café, expanded provisioner and deli, hardware and chandlery, laundry, and car rental. Total CapEx: $ 6,000,000 Development period: 12 months Total Value: $ 11.2M (10 year) Status: Predevelopment
27 Summer s End, St. John, VI Phase V Exclusive Yacht Club Located directly adjacent to, on the south side of The Great House property, is a prime one acre parcel consisting of the former Voyages restaurant building of approximately 7,700 covered square feet which includes two second story apartments and ample parking. This property looks to be renovated and remodeled as the home of a premier members sailing and yacht club offering a nexus for dining, socializing, and headquarters for regattas and rallies. With ample square footage, space would be available for water view receptions, weddings, intimate conventions, conferences and more. Corporate sponsorship via yacht brokerage, rum distiller or other premium brand products is a natural fit. Total CapEx: $ 3,100,000 Development period: 11 months Total Value: TBD Status: Due diligence
29 Summer s End, St. John, VI Phase VI Resort based, mixed use development There is only one large acreage tract of land available on St. John. This 170+ acre site offers every type of topography from lush valley to hillside, panoramic, down island vistas. Situated between The St. John Marina and The Docks at Summer s End, a more idyllic site for tropical resort development could not have been conjured up by the magicians at Spielberg s Industrial Light and Magic. Opportunities exist for a large scale, eco-friendly, all inclusive resort; nearly self sustaining solar and wind powered, motion picture, music, technology and arts based community. Renewable energy and LEEDS based development can be achieved in lieu of or in combination with traditional neighborhood development models and PUDs. Ultimately extensive market analysis, feasibility studies and economic models will determine best use. Total CapEx: $ 10.5M (initial) Development period: years Project scope: $ M Status: Due diligence
31 Summer s End, St. John, VI Phase VII The Docks at Summer s End & Condominiums From a Connecticut investment group explored the possibility of locating a marina development including dockage, retail and condominiums on approximately 10 acres owned by the Monrovian Church in Coral Bay. Severe, global economic factors led to the project being mothballed. With the successful realization of The Yacht Club at Summer s End and The St. John Marina, while giving full consideration to local, environmental and developmental concerns by Chaliese Summers and her team, a buyout of this dormant project has become an attractive and viable option for all concerned. The Docks at Summer s End would complement the mid-market St. John Marina by offering an additional slips for yacht charter fleets and small to mid-sized vessels, as well as products and services like boat service and repair, dry storage, larger scale commercial and residential components. Again, following a model that has a recent, proven record of success like Scrub Island in the BVIs is envisioned. Total CapEx: $ 16-50M Development period: 14 (docks) -48 months (res. /com) Total Valuation: $ 100M+ (10 year) Status: Preliminary due diligence
33 Summer s End, St. John, VI Financial Compilation Considering the number of defined and potential phases of Summer s End and combinations thereof, suffice to say that it is difficult at the least to quantify exact financial requirements for success. It is however, safe to assume that through the process of successfully bringing a half billion dollar development into reality that an incremental initial capitalization of $50M would be necessary to launch all phases simultaneously, with an additional $50 to $100M available to facilitate cash flow and the liquidity necessary to maximize returns. Initial CapEx: $50M Total CapEx: $100M+
34 Summer s End, St. John, VI Branding and Marketing The end of summer is a very special time of year that is deeply ingrained in the American psyche. Memories created at this time are often not only the best of the year, but ones that last a lifetime. It is our last best chance at capturing elusive relaxation, making carefree, heartfelt connections with friends & family and taking a deep breath before we resume a life of meeting ourselves around corners. It is the memories of these life affirming respites that provide the inspiration for the naming of the Coral Bay development: Summer s End. The warm waters of the Caribbean Sea, the tranquil setting of Coral Bay & every manmade amenity necessary for making lifetime memories will be found at Summer s End. The name Summer s End has universal appeal as the development offers a marina, world class beaches, island living, multiple dining options & a long list of other activities which cater to the young, young at heart & those simply looking to leave their cares behind. Summer s End.where memories last a lifetime.
35 Summer s End, St. John, VI Summary With the support of the Governor, other territorial and federal officials, local business leaders and lovers of the sea, The Yacht Club at Summer s End and The St. John Marina have set the stage for a new standard in eco-sensitive, best use, sustainable development that provides jobs and revenue benefits to the territory while offering a unique vacation and lifestyle experience that can only be found at Summer s End on St. John, U.S. Virgin Islands. While a total of six other exciting potential phases besides The Yacht Club at Summer s End have been identified and vetted, they are by no means fixed. Flexibility in their scope, scale and execution, and openness to additional opportunities add to the excitement and financial opportunities exclusive to Summer s End. There is a vision of life in the Caribbean where warm, gentle breezes, sapphire blue waters, swaying palm trees, sunny skies and the American dream of the pursuit of happiness coexists. In Summer s End, Chaliese and her partner have taken to heart and spirit the words of the late visionary Walt Disney: If you can dream it, you can do it. Contact: Chaliese Summers Rick Barksdale The Summer s End Group, LLC Rick Barksdale Construction St. John, USVI St. John, USVI (w) (w) (m) (m)
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