Brentwood Bay resort sold

Local resort bought by Chinese company for $13.9 million

Brentwood Bay Resort and Spa has been sold to a Chinese company with the deal set to close at the end of October.

Forebase International Holdings Limited, a company based of out of Congqing, China, announced last week on Aug. 28 that it plans to purchase the resort.

The reported sale price is $13.9 million.

Manager and co-owner of the resort, Dan Behune, could not be reached for comment before the News Review’s deadline.

The resort, which was built in 2004 and houses a restaurant, pub and spa as well as high end luxury hotel rooms, was not listed when the company made their offer.

Watch for more on this story in upcoming editions of the Peninsula News Review.

 

 

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