By Alanna Warwick-Smith
Before the Cayman Islands was internationally recognised as a leading financial centre, the small collective of three islands was often referred to as “the islands time forgot” and was home to generations of world-class seamen. The word regatta by definition refers to a “sporting event consisting of a series of boat or yacht races.”
Regatta Office Park, located on the Seven Mile Beach corridor in Grand Cayman, was named in recognition of the Islands’ strong seafaring heritage. The perfect community for any small office, Regatta Office Park is located across from the Westin Casuarina Resort & Spa, making it ideal for business visitors. Also close by are Governors Beach, perfect for a lunchtime swim, and numerous amenities including a grocery store, commercial bank, pharmacy and multiple restaurants.
The newly available Unit 420 in Regatta Office Park is 1,363 square feet and move in-ready. This space is demisable and offers the opportunity for several private offices or an optional cubicle-seating plan. This fourth-floor office space has elevator access.
Located in the five-storey Windward 3 building, another historic seafaring reference to the direction from which the wind is blowing, this office is surrounded by lush landscaping, perfect for hosting afternoon meetings outside or simply enjoying the benefits of living and working in Grand Cayman.
To learn more about other available Grand Cayman Class-A and Class-B commercial real estate located along the Seven Mile Beach corridor and in Grand Cayman’s capital of George Town, click here.
About the author
Alanna Warwick-Smith is a Marketing Coordinator supporting the business development and real estate marketing team for Dart. Alanna has worked in Dart’s flagship development of Camana Bay for the past eight 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.