By Alanna Warwick-Smith
The ideal setting for your office, Unit 200 at One Nexus Way in Camana Bay, is now available.
Unit 200 at One Nexus Way offers 14,000 square feet of office space and has multi-floor availability. Designed by a world leader in sustainable architecture, Lake|Flato, this space includes two balconies perfect for outdoor meetings or coffee breaks, ease of access from the Esterley Tibbetts highway, 13-foot ceilings and a vanilla-shell interior that can be customisable for the needs for a modern-day business. This space can be demised, offering flexibility for smaller businesses seeking a more intimate space for their organisation.
One Nexus Way is an 82,000-square-foot four-storey building located in the heart of the Camana Bay Town Centre and is one of the most energy-efficient commercial buildings in the region, designed to achieve LEED Gold certification.
Moving your business to Camana Bay is more than just a change in latitude, it is a change in attitude. Camana Bay is a lifestyle, a 685-acre development, and the Caribbean’s only mixed-use master-planned community. Some of the benefits of working at Camana Bay include dedicated on-site property management and over 2,200 parking spaces.
This space overlooks the 20,000-square-foot courtyard Heliconia Court and is within walking proximity of all Camana Bay amenities such as a 24-hour gym, restaurants and a variety of shopping offerings – welcome to your home away from home.
To learn more about other Grand Cayman commercial real estate for lease, click here to view our Class-A and Class-B commercial space available, located along the Seven Mile Beach strip and in Grand Cayman’s capital of George Town.
About the author
Alanna Warwick-Smith is a Marketing Coordinator supporting the real estate marketing team for Dart. Alanna has worked in Dart’s flagship development of Camana Bay for the past seven years, when she began her career working at the town’s bookstore, Books & Books. A lover of the written word, Alanna reads and writes poetry in her spare time, and has written content for a range of platforms in the past, including her own blog and Camana Bay Times.