Solomon Harris, a well-known Cayman Islands law firm specialising in international offshore work is the latest commercial tenant to make Camana Bay their home. The firm is temporarily located on the second floor of 53 market Street while its future home at 18 Forum Lane is being completed over the coming months.
Moving from their previous location at the First Caribbean International Bank Centre, the law firm’s relocation comes as it celebrates 20 years of operation in the Cayman Islands and announces its intention to merge with international law firm Bedell Cristin, with plans to rebrand at a later date.
“As the firm expands and moves into another decade, Camana Bay was the only choice,” said Managing Partner Sophia Harris.
Camana Bay has become the premiere address for doing business on Grand Cayman and Solomon Harris joins a robust legal community that includes Ogier, Mourant, FrancisGrey, Forbes hare and Kobre & Kim.
Camana Bay’s New-Urbanist, mixed-use design gives Solomon Harris access to a range of amenities all within walking distance including shops, a cinema and events like the weekly Farmers & Artisans Market. Camana Bay is also home to a variety of restaurants and outdoor gathering spaces for meetings.
“We congratulate Solomon Harris on 20 years of stellar service in the Cayman Islands and we look forward to its continued growth in a master-planned, amenity-rich environment,” said Dart Real Estate President Jackie Doak.
For more information on Solomon Harris, visit the law firm’s website.
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