|St Kitts and Nevis News|
How Hidden Billions Are Making the Rich Richer
Oliver Bullough’s “Moneyland” charts the many ways the wealthy have of hiding their money.
Buying Abroad, With a Logo
A growing number of home buyers are choosing to live in corporate-branded communities, with companies from Marriott to Porsche ready to greet them.
How Alexander Hamilton Inspired Bertram Baker, Brooklyn’s First Black Elected Official
Mr. Baker, who immigrated to New York from Nevis, like Hamilton, helped to persuade blacks to leave the Republican Party and later, to run for public office.
House Hunting in … Nevis
With new luxury developments and older homes coming on the market, the small Caribbean island has seen supply soar, but prices are holding steady.
A Converted Sugar Mill in the Caribbean
This two-bedroom home on the island of Nevis is on the market for $1.95 million.
Caribbean Hospitals Getting Help for Hurricanes
The Pan American Health Organization and the British government have begun a “Smart Hospitals” program to retrofit vulnerable hospitals.
House Hunting in ... Nevis
On this Caribbean island, a government program enabling foreigners to obtain citizenship has been a boon for real estate sales.
A Three-Bedroom House in an Old Sugar Mill on Nevis
Vervain Mill, converted in 1980 and renovated in the 1990s, is on the market for $1.95 million.
Island Havens for Investment Citizenship
Wealthy residents of troubled Arab states are paying as much as millions of dollars to qualify for citizenship-by-investment programs in several Caribbean states eager for money.
Justice Breyer Is Robbed in the Caribbean
The Supreme Court justice was robbed in his vacation home by a man with a machete, a spokeswoman for the court says.
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