Two buildings that were part of the former Hyatt Regency Grand Cayman Resort, which was severely damaged by Hurricane Ivan in 2004, are due to be demolished later this month.
Dart Real Estate announced today the submittal of a Coastal Works application for partial removal of beachrock immediately offshore the area north of Kimpton Seafire and Tiki Beach, a site which has been identified as the preferred location for a five-star resort and residences. The exposed beachrock protrudes along the shoreline and impedes beachgoers’ ability to enter the sea and swim.
The Dart group has been given permission to begin removing rocks from the shallow coastal waters off a Seven Mile Beach property where it hopes to build a new five-star hotel just north of the Kimpton Seafire Resort + Spa.
Dart recognises the value of dedicated, visionary and innovative leadership. We are therefore pleased to announce the promotion of Jackie Doak to President of Dart Realty (Cayman) Ltd.
Dart Realty’s developments are unified through distinct and mature landscaping that use native and endemic plants and trees that all come from Dart’s own 26-acre Nursery, conceived over two decades ago long before ground broke for Dart’s flagship development, Camana Bay.
Dart Realty has found success – and a long-term investment model – with a massive master-planned development in the Cayman Islands, Camana Bay. The bigger vision behind the project is to ensure the Cayman Islands’ position as the continued financial center and destination of choice and to create a community that offered a certain quality of life that other Caribbean destinations could not match.
In the 20 years since Kenneth Dart bought the land that has become Camana Bay, Dart Realty (Cayman) Ltd. and its associated companies have also been involved in many other real estate and development activities on Grand Cayman.
June of this year will mark 20 years since Ken Dart bought the old Coral Caymanian hotel on Seven Mile Beach and the 238 acres of land it included.
Dart Realty announced today the intent to submit a Coastal Works application to conduct site investigations and remove samples of beachrock in the water just off Seven Mile Beach for further study.