Are you considering or planning a move to the Cayman Islands? Here are 10 things to know if you’ll be living in Grand Cayman for the first time.
Anyone visiting Grand Cayman expects to enjoy white sand beaches, palm trees and stunning sunsets, but what about an international music extravaganza? Living in Grand Cayman has gotten even better with the arrival of KAABOO, a experiential music and arts festival set to take place February 15-16, 2019.
With Earth Day only a week away, we’ve already begun to think of ways we can expand our sustainable business practices at Dart Real Estate and encourage an ecological approach to living in Grand Cayman. Whether you own a condo along Seven Mile Beach or work in one of the sought after office spaces at Camana Bay, you can feel good knowing you are doing your part to look after this planet we call home.
March brings with it news of real estate sales at Provenance Properties, Scotiabank’s move to Camana Bay, the CPA approval of an extension to the West Bay Road Underpass, continued construction on the Esterley Tibbetts Highway and a short video demonstrating how we work with local contractors.
The Cayman Islands is often associated with palm trees, white sand beaches, gentle southern stingrays and affluent vacationers; but it’s not all play. With a network of world-class services, the Cayman Islands is the premier offshore business destination.
Grand Cayman’s Dart Real Estate has unveiled its new Residences at Seafire real estate development on Seven Mile Beach in the Cayman Islands. The new development, adjacent to the Kimpton Seafire resort, has 62 private residences on a 12-acre full-service resort site.
We’ve been following the Dart Real Estate project since its inception – luxury residences affiliated with the Kimpton Seafire Resort + Spa on Grand Cayman, which offers homeowners unlimited access to all the resort’s amenities and services.