News at Dart

Dart addresses PAD concerns 

Dart is aware there is some anxiety in the local community about the proposed Planned Area Development (PAD) for the area north of Governor’s Harbour in terms of future development and how it may impact beach access. 

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Planning for the future: A mixed use neighbourhood in Seven Mile Beach corridor

This week, Dart submitted an application to the Central Planning Authority for a planned area development (PAD) encompassing a mixed-use, resort and residential neighbourhood on either side of the Esterley Tibbetts Highway between Governor’s Harbour and Salt Creek.

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Kimpton Seafire splash park planned as new children’s amenity

A new splash park at Kimpton Seafire Resort + Spa designed to be a fun-filled amenity for toddlers to primary-school-age children was recently approved by the Central Planning Authority.

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Cayman International School welcomes students into new high school building

Cayman International School opened the doors of its new high school building this week, welcoming 160 returning high school students in grades nine through 12, its highest enrollment in the division to date. The high school expansion was completed in partnership with Dart and the school’s governing body International Schools Services and marks the final phase of a $60 million investment by the Kenneth B. Dart Foundation to double the capacity of the school.

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The first Hotel Indigo in the Caribbean planned for the Cayman Islands

Dart and InterContinental® Hotels & Resorts (IHG) announced plans for a new Hotel Indigo near Seven Mile Beach in Grand Cayman. Plans for this 282-room upscale, lifestyle hotel include multiple restaurants, an expansive pool deck and a rooftop bar with views across the Caribbean Sea. Dart and IHG plan to open the hotel as the Caribbean’s first Hotel Indigo in 2024.

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Hotel donates furniture to families in need

Since the Comfort Suites hotel closed for renovation in June, Dart has been working with local charities and the Ministry of Community Affairs to donate furniture and appliances from the property’s 120 guest rooms to families in need.

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