Perast – Representatives of Boka fond that participate at tender for purchase of Jadran Perast visited during weekend this attractive company at Montenegrin coast.
In the delegation of Boka fond that talked to director of jadran Perast Vlado Vukasovic, were founder John Kennedy and consulting architect Prince Nikola Petrovic Njegos.
-We arrived from London and Paris this weekend in order to search architect solution that will be presented to successful bidder when will be published tender for Jadran Perast. This obligation is among the most important with will face new owner – said Kennedy.
He wishes that buyer will be Boka fond founded by him that at this tender is in consortium with Spanish Stein group and Kapri holding from island Jersey.
Boka fond with its partners offered 6.66 million EUR for state owned shares with obligation on investing 17.3 million more.
For Jadran Perast offers submitted also Budva Imobillia offering 5.1 million EUR and investment of ten million, consortium Montemlin from Podgorica and Adriatic express from Budva offering 4.5 million in cash and double more investment. Muler trading registered in Panama is ready to pay for Jadran Perast four million and invest 12 and American company Silverleaf three million with 12 million EUR of investments.
-Architectonic integrity of palace Smekja and Perast is fundamental for success of de lux hotel with five stars and spa. All complex must keep all it had in 1764 but with the most modern technology and comfort. Expert evaluation in our consortium gives us confidence in this aim but the most important thing will be that hotel palace Smekja and spa becomes part of Perast and not Perast part of the hotel. Perast must remain live town and not amusement park – emphasized Kennedy in announcement distributed to “Vijesti”.
He stated that “They wish that hotel and spa again offer possibility of employment in this region”.
-Our obligation to esthetic quality of Perast is reason for which our first visit after closing of tender is strictly connected to architect solutions – concluded Kennedy.