ü Palm Village is the first project in Suriname which according to our standards qualifies as a closed village. This means safe living.
ü There is 24/7 security available and a central entrance / exit by way of a closed guarded system. A very unique situation in Suriname.
ü So, the installation of anti-theft grating, an alarmsystem, a fence or even the hiring of a private security guard is unnecessary. Consequently, building- and maintenance costs can be lowered considerably. These facts are already apparent.
ü Much better drainage systems compared to many other neighborhoods and projects.
ü Professional approach to the infrastructure, planting of green strips and the construction of the 24-acres lake, which improves the total atmosphere of the project. The lake also serves as a buffer for rains.
ü Sport facilities
Its realization depends on the growth of the project and possible investors. It will give the project added value and distinguish Palm Village from many other projects that barely provide, or not at all such sport facilities.
ü Shopping Mall
Shopping can be done close to home. Because of the separate location of the yet to be built shopping mall, the peace and quiet of the project will be maintained. The building of the Shopping Mall strongly depends on future investors and the degree of occupation.
ü Lots for every budget
Lots with prices between $ 35,000.- and $ 60,000.-, up to about 1000 square meters. Nowhere in Suriname will such quality be found in similar projects.
ü Next to the lake is a strip of about 400 meters reserved for the lay out of a botanical garden, Palm Garden. The garden will be planted with several palms and plants. The inhabitants will be able to enjoy the botanical garden and the lake located close by. Something not to be found in any other neighborhood in Suriname.
ü The North-east trade winds blow a refreshingly and very pleasant breeze from the ocean across the river over Palm Village. A breeze not felt in most other neighborhoods.
ü A management foundation takes care of maintenance and security for the entire project. Such a service is hardly or not available in other neighborhoods.
ü Because of the characteristics of the project, it is not unthinkable that from private initiatives collective maintenance services will be created for the maintenance of private lots and houses.
ü As far as the price-quality relation this project scores points. Both living comfort and returns on investment
are much higher than most (both old and new) allotment projects / neighborhoods in Suriname.