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Brad Pitt Stops By Croatia To Visit Future Site Of Amazing Resort

Entertainment | Gabe Zaldivar | September 12, 2016

Brad Pitt Stops By Croatia To Visit Future Site Of Amazing Resort

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When you’re Brad Pitt, things like money and mirrors mean little.

You can pretty much leave the house knowing you look amazing and flitter off to Croatia to check on that $1.5 billion hotel investment whenever you choose. He apparently did just that, with People Magazine reporting on the 52-year-old’s recent trip to Croatia to check on an extensive development that is being built in the area of Zablace.

Pitt is joined by architect Nikola Basic and TFI Holding in a project that sounds absolutely impressive. It’s not disclosed how much Pitt has invested, but the development will include a luxury hotel, various shops and even a school and local clinic. In total, the project will reach an estimated $1.5 billion.

Pitt was in the area and stayed at Basic’s previous venture, referred to as the Dogusevom Hotel by People Magazine.

Here is an image posted by the D-Resort Sibenik to Facebook.

Only Pitt could pull off wearing white after Labor Day.

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There is no mention of when the Zablace resort will be finished, but you can certainly live like Pitt if you wish.

The D-Resort Sibenik, linked above, is about 55 miles from nearby Split and Zadar and features four bars, two restaurants and one amazing view. explains the trip took place last Thursday, and by Friday, Pitt was already heading off to France via Zadar Airport.

For some, a trip to Sibenik is an opportunity of a lifetime. For Pitt, it’s all in a day’s work. We look forward to seeing what certainly promises to be an astonishing coastline resort.

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