It’s an exciting time at Dart Real Estate with development well underway on our significant infrastructure projects and new opportunities on the horizon. This month’s update covers the upcoming pop-up dinning experiences with Chef Clare Smyth MBE – the UK’s most-acclaimed female chef – plus announces our recent Gold, Silver and Judge’s Choice awards at the CAF ADDY Awards. You’ll also find an update on our progress with the Camana Bay Underpass, new Camana Bay Roundabout and the National Gallery’s new entrance promises easier access.
Many of the infrastructure projects in and around Camana Bay scheduled for completion during the coming months represent firsts for the Cayman Islands. All of these projects use construction methods employed regularly in other parts of the world, but for the Cayman Islands, they are groundbreaking. The new infrastructure elements involve high-tech engineering the public might not be aware of because they can’t see it.
February’s development update celebrates Kimpton Seafire’s success in the travel world publications, announces Dart Real Estate’s plans to build Camana Bay’s largest commercial building, speaks to traffic management plans on the Esterley Tibbetts Highway and informs of the Seafire sales team’s move to Bungalow 1 at Seafire.
Dart Real Estate confirmed Thursday it had been granted planning permission for an underpass along West Bay Road. The developer plans to get to work immediately on preliminary work associated with the infrastructure project, part of an ambitious plan to create “sea-to-sound” connectivity between Camana Bay and Seven Mile Beach.
Camana Bay turns 10 this year and with several road improvements in and around the development nearing completion, it is well positioned for another decade of development and big improvements for drivers and pedestrians are coming.
In our most recent development update we discuss partnering with Martyn Lawrence Bullard in the design of The Residences at Seafire’s public spaces, Camana Bay’s continued westward expansion, the completion of the beachrock trial, the special relaunch of the Camana Bay Times and the naming of Camana Bay’s newest road, Bismarckia Way.
Today marks a milestone in reaching the goal of a four lane highway from West Bay to George Town and “sea to sound” connectivity at Camana Bay as Dart Real Estate submits plans for the next phase of infrastructure development.
With our strategic partners at Decco, we seek to convey meaning through thoughtful design and encourage people to develop an attachment to the physical environment. Successful placemaking happens through continuous innovation and nurturing, and we’re excited to share the latest news on the places to come.