By Anna Wootton
Located on Harbour Drive in George Town, Flagship building is not only a stunning property, whose unique architecture catches the eye, but it also offers move-in-ready Class-B office space such as suite N404, located on the fourth floor of this centrally located building.
At 2,011 square feet, this oceanfront office space offers a layout with an open floorplan and select private offices. A communal kitchen and boardroom round out this space, which also features wraparound balconies (perfect for taking an all-important work break to enjoy the unparalleled ocean views). The airy and light-filled office will motivate any employee and ensure a collaborative work style, while the hardwood floors offer an urban chic design to the space that makes a stunning impression to both employees and visitors.
The clincher for both employees and clients will be the unbeatable water views, a daily reminder that living and working in the Cayman Islands is unlike anywhere else. History buffs will be excited to be based in the nation’s capital in close proximity to the Cayman Islands courthouse, Heroes Square, the George Town Public Library and Museum and other significant buildings.
Flagship is home to a mix of retail and office businesses, and there are multiple benefits to choosing Flagship as your business’s home, including a dedicated building back-up electricity generator; dusk-till-dawn on-site security; and on-site building maintenance. Assistance is available from the dedicated and experienced property management staff from Dart Real Estate and the building features two interior elevators and a new chiller system. Key fob access is also available.
To schedule a viewing of N404 at Flagship, click here to contact our leasing team.
To learn more about spaces available for lease visit our commercial leasing page.
About the author
Anna Wootton is the Digital Marketing & PR Manager for Dart’s real estate companies and assets, including Dart Real Estate, Provenance Properties, Camana Bay and The Residences at Seafire. Born in the Cayman Islands, with British heritage and a Canadian passport, Anna is multinational with a Caymankind heart. Anna has a background in journalism and a Bachelor’s degree in English Literature from University of British Columbia. She has worked for Dart for the past five years.