Chris Burch Has Brought A $30 Million Investment To Life At Nihiwatu Resort

Chris Burch is making many high income vacationers happy with the thrills that are offered at his beach vacation property known as Nihiwatu Resort. This property was named in a Business Insider column as being the “World’s Best Hotel” due to the high reviews it’s received. It’s no surprise either considering the luscious landscape that surrounds all the beach villas and a clear smooth ocean to look out at or go swimming in. Burch made his initial investment in the property in 2012 and undertook the renovation to turn it into the dream resort it is in 2013. Also on this property is a house he had built that if you were to tour, you could not help but admire the craftsmanship that went into building it. And there’s even a pool that overlooks the ocean through a clear glass wall.  Read more awesome details about the luxury resort, check on

Chris Burch invested $30 million in Nihiwatu Resort, but that’s just one of many companies and properties he has invested in over the years. His career began in the 1970s when he was studying business at Ithaca College.  Check   He decided just for fun that he was going to run a little business selling sweaters made at a factory nearby, but he soon found that people loved them and wanted more of them, so he went all in on the business. He made over $140 million in profits in a short time and named his company Eagle Eye Apparel. He ran Eagle Eye Apparel for nearly 20 years before selling it for $60 million.  Additional article on

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Chris Burch invested in several financial companies and his former wife Tory Burch’s fashion line before starting Burch Creative Capital. This company is where his passion lies in finding people whose ideas put a whole new product and experience out there that many other investors may not be sold on. Some of the companies that have been seeded here include Voss Water, Poppin, BaubleBar and even Ellen DeGeneres’s personal lifestyle brand at ED. His most notable real estate investments started around 2004 when he joined Allan Faena’s group to complete construction of the 5-star Faena Hotel+Universe in Buenos Aires. He then started buying homes across New York, Connecticut, Massachusetts and Miami and renovating them into even more expensive properties. While Nihiwatu Resort and other hospitality properties are his focus, he is also a philanthropist who has served at the Rothman Institute Orthopedic Foundation and a trustee at the Tilton School. Be up-to-date with his new and follow on investment, hit on this.

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