The Cayman Islands is an acclaimed tourism and diving destination hailed for its white sand beaches, extensive coral reef system, burgeoning culinary scene and luxury resorts. But it’s not all play. Beyond the veneer of flip flops and designer sunglasses is a sophisticated business community comprised of global banks, accounting and law firms, one that is regulated thanks to the presence of a stable and democratically elected government, a legal system rooted in English common law and an established judiciary.
Located at the core of Grand Cayman’s Seven Mile Beach corridor, Camana Bay offers a prestigious address to the local and international business community. Boasting nearly 700,000 square feet of Class-A commercial office and retail space for lease within the Caribbean’s only New Urbanism community, the vibrant town is a hub for Grand Cayman’s financial services industry.
Camana Bay offers its commercial tenants inspiring views, beautiful outdoor spaces, diversity in shopping, dining and entertainment, sports fields, a harbour, and a helipad. Approximately 2000 people visit Camana Bay each day to work and enjoy its many offerings.
In addition, Camana Bay boasts a cutting-edge data centre, physical site security, environmental controls and power protection to ensure that tenants can get on with the business of doing business should a disaster or crisis strike. The Town Centre’s data centre is one of the most technologically advanced and physically secure of its kind in the Caribbean, with the superior communications infrastructure being particularly well suited to the demands of international banking, financial services, legal, insurance, accounting and retail businesses.
Flagship Building is an iconic structure centrally located in George Town, the capital of the Cayman Islands. Its name is an homage to the country’s seafaring heritage. Flagship Building is home to a mix of retail and commercial businesses, including the knowledge-based special economic zone Cayman Enterprise City.
Located in central George Town, the capital of Grand Cayman, Island Plaza is a hub for duty-free shopping with internationally recognised retailers Pandora, Swarovski, and Diamonds Direct. It is also the home to Jimmy Buffet’s Margaritaville and is easily accessible to the approximate two million cruise passengers who arrive on the island annually via the nearby port.
Flanked by resort hotels, a retail business park and a selection of shops and restaurants, Regatta Office Park offers direct access to West Bay Road, the main artery along Seven Mile Beach. Regatta features a fresh, distinctive working environment on nearly 10 beautifully landscaped acres. With 127,000 square feet of Class B office space, Regatta is already home to an impressive tenant listing that includes Rawlinson & Hunter, CIBC, Cayman Water and St. Matthew’s University (medical school).