After 11 long years, the light is finally visible at the end of the tunnel around the future of the Marjan Hotel in Split. Namely, the bankruptcy proceedings at the Commercial Court in Split against the bankruptcy debtor “Adriatic” dd in bankruptcy were completed by issuing a conclusion on the sale, reports Free Dalmatia. By 2021, an additional two billion kuna will be invested in the tourist part of the Group, which will bring 95 percent of hotel capacities to the highest level of supply, announced Adris at the end of last year. After the opening of the luxury hotel Park in Rovinj, investments will follow in Split, of course if everything goes according to plan around the hotel Marjan, and in Zagreb and Dubrovnik in hotels HUP Zagreb, which Adris bought from Andjelko Leka last year. Thus, Fina will sell an electronic public auction of a hotel of 5679 square meters, a substation, a parking lot, three yards and stairs, all together almost 12 square meters. According to the accepted estimate, the price was set at HRK 432 million including VAT. ADRIS WILL INVEST TWO BILLION HRK IN THE TOURIST PART OF THE GROUP BY 2021 Željko Kerum bought the Marjan Hotel in 2005 through a tender. He paid 170 million kuna, three times more than the requested 57 million kuna. Less than four years later, a contract was signed with the Hilton, and Kerum became mayor a few months later. The works on “Marjan” were soon interrupted, and in 2015 everything ended with the bankruptcy of the company “Adriatic. RELATED NEWS: It would be a real “miracle” if Adris did not buy Hotel Marjan and thus not become a 100% owner of this extremely valuable property. Namely, in December 2017, Adria resort, a company within the Adris group, concluded an Agreement on the purchase and sale of all receivables with associated mortgages on real estate owned by the bankrupt company Adriatic dd from Split. If another investor interested in the Marjan hotel appears, then he should additionally buy receivables from Adris, which is very unlikely. THE MOST LUXURIOUS HOTEL ON THE ADRIATIC OPENED, GRAND PARK HOTEL
SAEED Ali and his younger sister, Woman Candidate Master (WCM) Sheriffa Ali, finished first and third respectively when the curtains came down on the Sasha Cells National Junior Chess Championships last Sunday at the Ocean Spray International Hotel in Georgetown. Victory was almost assured for the 19-year-old when he defeated his 17-year-old sister on Saturday morning. That game proved to be the decider, given that it was a three-way battle for the title between the siblings and eventual second place finisher Roberto Neto.Saeed then easily sealed the top position on Sunday with victories over Ghansham Allijohn and Jaden Taylor, for 6 ½ points in seven games. Neto, who drew with both siblings, finished with six points, while Sheriffa ended with five points. Aravinda Singh placed fourth, with four points.The eight best juniors in the country competed.The seven-round championships could have gone in a different direction if Sheriffa, who was one of the standout Guyanese players in Azerbaijan at the 42nd Chess Olympiad in September, had defeated her older brother. The siblings, who have been playing chess since 2007, battled for over an hour, with the eventual winner playing white and opening with Queen’s Gambit.In the late stages of the middle game, Saeed caught his younger sister with a fork (a move which traps two pieces at once) to take her rook with his knight in a play which sealed his fortune.Although the siblings live together, they did not train with each other before or during the championships. They opted instead for online games.“Neto and Sherry proved to be the most challenging players,” Saeed later confirmed. “I’ve been reading a lot more, and my chess knowledge has improved.”Saeed’s previous best finish was first place in the 2011 National Schools Chess Championships, completed while he was a student of the Richard Ishmael Secondary.
Facebook Twitter Google+ Published on October 21, 2014 at 3:14 pm Contact Jesse: firstname.lastname@example.org | @dougherty_jesse The Atlantic Coast Conference announced Notre Dame’s ACC football schedules for the next 11 years on Tuesday and Syracuse appeared four times.The next time the Orange and Fighting Irish meet will be on Oct. 1, 2016 at MetLife Stadium, which will be — like this year’s matchup between the two at MetLife — a designated home game for SU.After that, the Orange will travel to play at Notre Dame on Sept. 22, 2018, a previously announced game. Then the Fighting Irish will visit the Carrier Dome in 2022 before Syracuse goes back to South Bend, Indiana, in 2025.The scheduling announcement is part of a 60-game deal that Notre Dame — a program still independent although its other sports programs are in the ACC — made with the ACC. Comments AdvertisementThis is placeholder text