Source: St. John Tradewinds by Jaime Elliott Tuesday, 14 November 2006 Despite a September announcement, T-Rex St. John LLC, a subsidiary of T-Rex Capital – the development company which leased 10 acres of Moravian Church-owned land in Coral Bay – does not have any plans completed yet. Although plans for a full service marina, spaRead More »
Source: Bizjournals By Ed Duggan T-Rex Capital, a Stamford, a Conn.-based property development company with a regional office in Boca Raton, plans to develop 10 acres on St. John, in the U.S. Virgin Islands, into a marina, commercial and residential community. It is quite a coup, as the 28-square-mile island is the smallest of theRead More »
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Media Contact: Glen Calder 561-750-9800 x216 firstname.lastname@example.org Boca Raton, FL August 31, 2006 – T-Rex St. John, LLC, a US Virgin Islands company, announced the acquisition of 10 acres in the Coral Bay Quarter of St. John, US Virgin Islands. T-Rex is exploring the options to build an environmentally friendly residential, commercialRead More »
Source: St. John Tradewinds Contributed by Jaime Elliott Monday, 07 August 2006 The reputation of Coral Bay as a sleepy out-post enclave is now officially a thing of the past. In addition to the on-going development boom, which includes the planned, future construction of an affordable housing community in nearby Calabash Boom and proposed CoralRead More »
Reprinted from: PalmBeachPost.com November 28, 2005 Monday TransMedia Group in Boca Raton has a contract with T-Rex Capital LLC, a real estate development company, to publicize Eighty Points West on North Flagler Drive.
Palm Beach Post The city council did not make a decision on selling the land, which school officials say is needed for a middle school by John Murawski May 9th 2001 County school board officials Tuesday repeated their months-long request to buy 40 acres from the city for a middle school of up to 1,500Read More »