Diana Lynch, a former lawyer and founder of the renowned Lynch Law Group in Atlanta, GA, has recently retired from her successful law practice. Originally from Brooklyn, New York, Lynch has earned a reputation as an unwavering advocate, which led to her being recognized by her peers as a Super Lawyer, an accolade reserved for the top 5% of lawyers in their respective fields. Lynch’s entrepreneurial drive has also led her to found Lynch Land Holdings, LLC. This thriving development company has managed and developed real estate projects in the United States for almost 20 years.

Lynch sets her sights on the Dominican Republic where she leads an international development company’s only African-American female CEO. Her latest project involves constructing the first black-owned international golf resort with top-of-the-line amenities such as a signature golf course, professional sports training, rehabilitation, and medical campus. The Alma de Samaná team aims to develop over 3,000 acres of prime commercial and residential property featuring over 1,400 luxurious villas and condominiums. Located on the northern shores of the Dominican Republic, just above Samaná Bay, the development offers breathtaking views of the bay and the Atlantic Ocean.

Diana Lynch

The Dominican Republic’s stable economy, tax incentives, and dual citizenship opportunities make it an appealing destination for investors. Lynch and her team recognize this potential and are determined to bring the first 18-hole golf course to the Samaná Peninsula. This region is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and is gaining popularity as an ecotourism destination. This site is even more remarkable because it was once home to freed American slaves who settled in the area after being emancipated in the 1800s.

The Alma de Samaná team has assembled an impressive group of experts worldwide specializing in commercial and resort real estate development. The well-known Daedalus Design London (DDL) design team leads the project, which has more than 30 years of diverse international experience. With over 40 world-class projects in their portfolio, including resort hotels, golf courses, residential properties, and leisure developments across three continents, DDL is the perfect fit for this project. One of their most notable projects is Laucala Island in Fiji, making them the ideal team to bring to life the first black-owned international golf resort in the Dominican Republic.

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