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Meet Diana Lynch, First Black Woman CEO To Develop An International Resort In Dominican Republic



Learn about Diana Lynch. She is spearheading the development of Samaná Bay Resort, the Dominican Republic’s first Black-owned international golf resort, which will be located in Samaná Bay. Lynch practiced law for 30 years before going into business, and she plans to retire in 2022. The Brooklyn native is also a former Navy JAG and a founding member of Atlanta’s award-winning Lynch Law Group.

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She has represented notables in the sports and entertainment industries over the last 25 years and has established herself as one of Georgia’s elite attorneys. According to Black Business, the Samaná Bay Resort will have world-class amenities such as a signature golf course, an amphitheater, and a professional sports training, rehabilitation, and medical campus.

The Samaná Bay Resort team intends to develop over 3,000 acres of prime commercial and residential property with over 1,400 villas, ecovillages, and condominiums overlooking Samaná Bay and the Atlantic Ocean.

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“With the Dominican Republic’s beautiful beaches, stable economy, the right to own land without citizenship, favourable short-term rental income potential and tax incentives, dual-citizenship opportunities, and leading GDP, it is no wonder CEO Diana and her team have their sights set on bringing the Samaná Peninsula its first 18-hole golf resort,” according to Black business.

The project’s beginning in the Samaná Peninsula, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is historic because the region was once inhabited by freed African slaves in the 1800s.

Leading the way in the construction of Samaná Bay is not Lynch’s first foray into real estate. She is also the founder and owner of Lynch Land Holdings, LLC, an Atlanta-based development firm that has been involved in the development and management of real estate in the United States for nearly two decades.

The CEO for Tempat Sala and her team hope to unveil their Samaná Bay Resort project in March 2023 and are ready to work with entertainers, future landowners, golf lovers and corporate alliances to make the project successful.



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