When choosing the right space for your business in the Cayman Islands; amenities, traffic flow and even neighbouring companies can make all the difference, which is why Dart Real Estate offers a variety of Grand Cayman real estate locations to suit your business whether you need office, retail or restaurant space.
Camana Bay’s landscape design was conceived to specifically reflect the unique natural and cultural heritage of the Cayman Islands; to be authentically Caymanian, but embrace modern aesthetics. By the principles of “New Urbanism,” Camana Bay would be a sustainable, multi-purpose community but, unlike some international developments, would not attempt to replicate older architectural styles.
Dart Realty has found success – and a long-term investment model – with a massive master-planned development in the Cayman Islands, Camana Bay. The bigger vision behind the project is to ensure the Cayman Islands’ position as the continued financial center and destination of choice and to create a community that offered a certain quality of life that other Caribbean destinations could not match.
Spend just an afternoon strolling through the beautifully landscaped courtyards and pedestrian-friendly spaces of Camana Bay and there should be no doubt as to why the Town adopted the tagline “Life Blossoms”.
When Camana Bay officially opened in 2007, Caymanian residents were introduced to a unique design – New Urbanism. This design movement advocates pedestrian-friendly neighbourhoods that are diverse in use and population, with universally accessible public spaces and community institutions.
Fifteen years ago, Dart Realty purchased the West Indies Club on Seven Mile Beach and 238 acres of land on the opposite side of West Bay Road. The following year, architects and landscaped designers were appointed to imagine a town which would be open to all and provide a walkable mix of commercial, retail, resort, entertainment and residential opportunities.
Caribbean Construction Magazine catches up with Jared Grimes, Senior Design Manager for Dart Realty, Greg Papay of San Antonio-based Lake|Flato and Cayman architect Burns Conolly of Burns Conolly Group to learn what’s next for Camana Bay.