More parking, a new office block, and seamless sea to sound connectivity for pedestrians.
Dart Real Estate treated attendees at this year’s Chamber of Commerce Legislative Luncheon Thursday (18 January) to a sleek visual preview of things to come, and its five-star resort proposal gets new life.
They’ve been dubbed tunnels to nowhere, but Dart Real Estate said its vehicular underpasses actually play a key role in Camana Bay’s future growth.
A video created especially for the Chamber luncheon audience showed development from Camana Bay’s current western boundary all the way to Seven Mile Beach, providing sea to sound pedestrian connectivity without impeding vehicular traffic flow north and south on West Bay Road or the Esterly Tibbetts Highway.
Absent from the presentation: a once envisioned five-star hotel project to the North of the Kimpton Seafire that would create a resort district in that corridor. That proposal is perhaps better known for the extensive prep-work the company has insisted would be necessary to bring the property up to standards.
Dart Real Estate indicated it still considers that site an option to develop, and could become a hotel, residential development, or event venue depending on what the market dictates.