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Developers have also started to focus on another Hawaiian island that’s remained relatively under-trafficked: Kauai, often referred to as the most local of the major Hawaiian Islands. NFL star Drew Brees is building a home at Kukui’ula, the site of a former sugar plantation, while the in-development, $800 million Timbers Kauai at Hokuala promises 47 residences by 2018. “You’re paying more,” says Timbers Managing Director Gary Moore. “But it’s not because we’re jacking up prices. We’re building an infrastructure team. We’re curating experiences. Everything—from the moment you step foot on the island to the moment you leave—will be taken care of for you.” Which, he says, is what today’s second/third homeowner cares about most. As work gets more wired and all-consuming, time has become the most valuable commodity of all. And while younger homeowners in particular want the investment and exclusivity, but not the responsibility, of owning a second or third place, most buyers at places like Timbers and Kohanaiki aren’t first-time second homeowners. They’ve done it before; they know what a hassle it can be. Which is why other islands have started to catch on, with ultra-exclusive developments in progress on Maui at Montage Kapalua Bay and on Oahu, which will debut a $300 million waterfront complex Wai Kai in 2019.

Timbers Resorts, one of the largest independent developers and operators of private boutique resorts and residence clubs, announced today, on the heels of breaking ground this spring, the first public offering of ownership opportunities at Timbers Kiawah - Ocean Club & Residences. The oceanfront enclave showcases 21 thoughtfully designed residences across three buildings, as well as a first-of-its kind collection of dedicated amenities, all just 30 minutes from Charleston, recently ranked the No. 1 City in the World by Travel + Leisure.

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Timbers Resorts, an international and highly regarded developer and operator of private boutique resorts and residence clubs, announced today that it is expanding into one of the country’s most sought-after destinations, Kiawah Island, South Carolina. Timbers Kiawah Ocean Club & Residences will be the first Private Residence Club on Kiawah Island. Kiawah Island’s beach-front resort and community offers ten miles of crescent shaped beach and worldclass amenities just south of nearby Charleston, both recently named No. 1 city in Travel + Leisure’s World’s best rankings and No. 1 island in North America by Conde Nast Traveler.

 Timbers Resorts, one of the largest independent developers and operators of private boutique resorts and residence clubs, has appointed David Bland as the Director of Real Estate for The Residences at The Sebastian - Vail and Timbers Bachelor Gulch, overseeing all real estate sales and strategy within two of Timbers’ award-winning luxury boutique residences. An industry innovator and veteran with more than 30 years of professional experience in luxury real estate and hospitality, Bland will build on the success of Timbers’ residential sales teams.

Castello di Casole – A Timbers Resort, a luxury award-winning resort in Tuscany, Italy, has ranked among the very best in the world in the 21st annual Travel + Leisure 2016 World’s Best Awards. For the fourth consecutive year, the former 10th century castle turned 41-suite boutique hotel shines in Travel + Leisure’s prestigious rankings – named the No. 1 Resort in Europe, No. 1 Hotel in Italy,

Aspen’s leading private residence club, Dancing Bear Aspen – A Timbers Residence Club®, officially opened its second and final set of residences to owners this week. The new Mountainside building features 10 three-bedroom, three-and-a half-bathroom corner residences averaging 1,814 square feet and sold in 1/8th fractional interests starting from $825,000. The building also boasts a stunning 3,200-square-foot fractional ownership penthouse with four bedrooms, four-and-a-half bathrooms and 3,500 square feet of outdoor living space offering one of the largest rooftop decks for a residence in downtown Aspen.

 Colorado-based Timbers Resorts, one of the largest independent developers and operators of private boutique resorts and residence clubs, has completed a significant $8 million refresh of Timbers Bachelor Gulch, just in time for the 2015 winter ski season. The extensive remodel comes on the heels of the company’s management of the iconic slope side Beaver Creek residence club and marks the next chapter for the property as it continues to inherit the high-­‐quality culture, service and hospitality characteristic of all Timbers Resorts properties. 

 The Sebastian - Vail - A Timbers Resort has announced that Robert Friedl has been promoted to general manger, overseeing all operations of the award-­‐winning luxury boutique hotel, located in the heart of Vail, Colo. Friedl has been a leader within the Timbers Resorts collection of hotels and private residence clubs for two years including his most recent role as assistant general manager at The Sebastian -­‐ Vail where he focused on the hotel’s complex food and beverage operations and guest experience. 

Leading developer and operator Timbers Resorts, has announced exciting updates to its growing collection of luxury boutique resorts and private residence clubs including the new acquisition of Timbers Jupiter, the esteemed private residence club located within the acclaimed Trump National Golf Club, Jupiter in Southeast Florida. Celebrating its 15-­‐year anniversary this summer, Timbers Resorts continues to thrive and has announced additional expansion and renovation plans to a handful of properties within its collection as well as specific acquisition and development opportunities on the East Coast as well as in Southern Europe that they are pursuing. 

Colorado-based Timbers Resorts, one of the largest independent developers and operators of private boutique resorts and residence clubs, has officially replaced the Ritz-Carlton Management Company of the former Ritz-Carlton Club – Bachelor Gulch, effective today.