By Christy Whittaker
The ideal space for a retail or food and beverage operation, Unit 4B on 38 Market Street in Camana Bay is available for lease from 24 October, 2019.
This unit offers 4,254 square feet of retail or food and beverage space on Market Street across from a busy retail bank, local arts and crafts store and a business service centre.
As a food and beverage space, it will benefit from servicing the growing number of office tenants in the Town Centre, offering shaded outdoor patio seating and a rear loading bay area. The heavy footfall and vehicular traffic, high ceilings and convenient curbside and shaded parking also make this unit the ideal retail space.
The unit comes fitted with basic utilities and the space can be demised, offering flexibility for smaller businesses seeking a more intimate space.
38 Market Street is an easily accessible two-storey building located between the calm shade-covered courtyard of Canella Court and bustling Market Street, making it highly visible to passing vehicular traffic. Its close proximity to shops and services means there is always a steady flow of passing trade.
Some of the benefits of locating your business in Camana Bay include a dedicated on-site property management team, 24-hour security, an audience of over 2,000 people who live and work in the Town Centre and over 2,200 parking spaces. Camana Bay is a walkable town centre with an eclectic mix of experiences and many signature and tenant events. There are more than 110,000 people visiting Camana Bay every month, resulting in a vibrant town with steady traffic flows good for any business.
To learn more about other Grand Cayman commercial real estate for lease, click here to view our available Class-A and Class-B commercial space, located along the Seven Mile Beach strip and in Grand Cayman’s capital of George Town.
About the author
Christy Whittaker is a Marketing Manager for Dart, focusing on the company’s flagship development, Camana Bay. Christy joined the team in 2019 with nine years in marketing under her belt and holds an MSc in Global Marketing from the University of Liverpool. Born and raised in the Cayman Islands, Christy has the acclaim of being a member of the first Cayman Islands gymnastics team to compete abroad!