With a 30 year history of integrity and a strong focus on creating one development at a time, Victor International Corporation is a leading U.S. real estate and resort developer which has created more than 40 developments throughout its history, including the Urban Land Instituteís Award of Excellence winner, Bay Harbor, Michigan, a $1 billion, 1,200 acre luxury resort community extending along five miles of Lake Michigan; and Turtle Lake, a premier, $400 million low density private community in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan.
The vision of Oil Nut Bay began with an ambitious idea in the mind of Chairman, David V. Johnson. His ongoing vision has been to create the most luxurious island retreat in the Caribbean which has now come to life with meticulous detail to environmental integrity on land that he owns free and clear. The perfect place: 300 acres of dramatically beautiful tropical landscape on a secluded peninsula on the tip of Virgin Gorda, where soaring hilltops afford sunlit panoramas of distance, atmosphere, and open ocean. The land alone is a treasure. Add world class architecture and amenities, brought into being under an environmentally sound development philosophy, and Oil Nut Bay becomes a sublime retreat unmatched in the world. Johnson has aligned himself with world-class professionals to assist him in covering all dimensions of the creation. Based on the outstanding successes of each of Johnsonís previous eco-communities, created with passion and relentless attention to detail, Oil Nut Bay and the Yacht Club Costa Smeralda Marina are already receiving world-wide recognition.
In 2006, Victor International acquired Biras Creek Resort located on the eastern tip of Virgin Gorda and strategically aligned with Oil Nut Bay and the Yacht Club Costa Smeralda Marina. Recognized as one of the top luxury destinations in the world, Biras Creek Resort features 31 suites situated among 140 acres on beautiful Virgin Gorda and is only reachable by boat or helicopter. The Biras management team promote a philosophy that encourages ecologically sustainable practices that focus on preserving and fostering healthy natural environments, not only for guests and staff, but for all of the creatures that share the 140 acre preserve.