The Rock House resort and residential development, set into the limestone cliffs on the north shore of Providenciales in Turks and Caicos, is on track for a fall 2021 debut.
Ground has been broken for the jetty, the first of its kind in Turks and Caicos. The jetty stretches far into the water where small boats can tie up and guests can sunbathe under beach umbrellas.
Rendering of the jetty under construction at Rock House development project in Turks and Caicos.
Rock House, developed and operated by Grace Bay Resorts, will feature 37 studio suites and several one-and-two-bedroom cottages with private pools and outdoor showers in phase one.
The units are for sale and can accommodate resort guests when not owner-occupied.
Built by hand by local artisans with materials sourced from the limestone cliffs, stone facades wrap around each cottage.
Studio suites with private terraces overlook a 100-foot infinity pool. Steps lead down a limestone cliff to a beach and the jetty.
Facilities also include a signature restaurant, spa, tennis courts and jogging trails.
A second phase of homes will follow.