Global law firm Greenberg Traurig, LLP advised the developer of the Six Senses Formosa Bay Resort planned for Rio Grande Do Norte, Brazil. The firm acted as international hospitality counsel, in cooperation with Brazilian law firm Koury Lopes Advogados.
The Formosa Bay Resort is to be managed by Six Senses, which operates resorts worldwide. According to the developer, an entity owned by international businessman Greg Hajdarowicz, the resort will be one of Six Senses’s first projects in South America.
“This was a remarkable opportunity to work with one of Poland’s most prolific entrepreneurs on a unique ecological resort in an emerging tourist destination,” said Jaroslaw Grzesiak, managing partner of the law firm’s Warsaw office.
According to published plans, the resort will include 185 villas, 58 of which will include Six Senses residences, to be made available for private ownership. The seven kilometer long coastline on which the resort will be built is owned by the developer.