News at Dart

The Journal: Camana Bay and Dart Realty 20 Years On

An interview with Mark VanDevelde, Dart Realty's CEO, looks back at the past 20 years and the company's growth from founder Ken Dart's original purchase of the Coral Caymanian resort to a property portfolio that includes commercial, retail, residential, hospitality and entertainment.


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The Journal: A Dinner Conversation with…. Mark VanDevelde

Dart Realty's CEO, Mark VanDevelde, discusses Dart's development plans, which include signing a deal with Kimpton Hotels & Restaurants to manage the former Courtyard Marriott hotel once renovations and repairs are complete, and the partnership with the Cayman Islands Government known as the ForCayman Investment Alliance.


Cayman Compass: ForCayman Investment Alliance: A True Partnership

Dart Realty and the Cayman Islands Government form a partnership, the ForCayman Investment Alliance, to revitalise the economy of the Cayman Islands by enhancing the public roads, building at least one hotel which would provide jobs for Caymanians, and the creation of a waste management facility.


NRA Agreement Signed

The Premier announced today that the Government and Dart (Realty) Ltd. had signed the National Roads Authority (NRA) Agreement, a sub-component of the ForCayman Investment Alliance agreement.


The Journal: Women Run Dart HR Show

Meet Juliet Du Feu and Joanne Lawson who lead Dart's 13-strong Human Resources team. Inspiring and determined, they are responsible for areas such as organisational development and succession planning, and they help shape the work culture at Dart.


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Cayman Financial Review: The Dart Enterprises Senior Management Team

Dart's senior management team discuss the vision behind Camana Bay: from Ken Dart's original purchase of the old West Indian Club to the development of a new town based on New Urbanist principles.


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The Journal: West Indian Club is an incredible oasis

The gardens at West Indian Club, the Dart family home, are like a private botanic park, filled with plants that are native, indigenous and endemic to the Cayman Islands. Landscape designer Sandy Urquhart shares the story of creating a garden.