Developer Dart Real Estate recently opened its premiere for-sale luxury residential development, The Residences at Seafire, on the acclaimed Seven Mile Beach in the Cayman Islands.
Grand Cayman’s Dart Real Estate has unveiled its new Residences at Seafire real estate development on Seven Mile Beach in the Cayman Islands. The new development, adjacent to the Kimpton Seafire resort, has 62 private residences on a 12-acre full-service resort site.
Scheduled to open soon, The Residences at Seafire is the premiere for-sale luxury residential development on one of the widest and least populated stretches of world-famous Seven Mile Beach.
We’ve been following the Dart Real Estate project since its inception – luxury residences affiliated with the Kimpton Seafire Resort + Spa on Grand Cayman, which offers homeowners unlimited access to all the resort’s amenities and services.
Are you considering or planning a move to the Cayman Islands? Here are 10 things to know if you’ll be living in Grand Cayman for the first time.
Living in Grand Cayman, or any island for that matter, might conjure images of tropical prints and rattan furniture, but this isn’t the case at The Residences. Here are five fundamental reasons why we proudly say The Residences at Seafire is unlike other beachfront properties in the Caribbean.
Life is flourishing in Grand Cayman. It’s a time of innovation, optimism and forward thinking. Major projects and developments are taking shape that will strengthen and transform the island’s economic landscape, paving the way for greater opportunity.
Kimpton Seafire Resort + Spa, developed by Dart Real Estate in the Cayman Islands, has been awarded the AAA Five Diamond Rating – the highest possible designation from the travel authority.
It’s easy to reclaim your inner calm at The Residences at Seafire as you dig your toes into the powdery-soft sand on Seven Mile Beach and watch your worries fade away with the last rays of daylight.
Complementing the Cayman Islands’ natural beauty and island hospitality are a robust economy and a modern, well maintained public infrastructure. Combined, these make the Cayman Islands not only a great place to visit, but a desirable place to call ‘home’.