News at Dart

A Cayman comfort zone

For many corporate employees and teachers hired from overseas to work on Grand Cayman, the Comfort Suites Resort Seven Mile Beach serves as their first home. Some spend as long as a month, but more often, Comfort Suites is where they sleep for their first two weeks on the island.


Media statement: The next phase of growth at Camana Bay begins

In response to continued demand for Class A office space and for-lease residential offerings, Dart has submitted planning applications for the development of a new commercial office building and residential apartment building in Camana Bay.


The Cayman Islands attracts international brands

At first glance, Grand Cayman might seem like a laidback, tropical paradise in the Caribbean. With friendly people, magnificent turquoise waters and glistening white sand on award-winning Seven Mile Beach, it’s easy to see why visitors come from around the world to experience the Cayman Islands. However, once they arrive, first-time visitors are often surprised to find much more than just sun, sea and sand; they find a sophisticated and cosmopolitan island that has attracted significant international brands to its shores.


Celebrating literacy month

Each September for the past four years, Camana Bay has celebrated Literacy Month with a series of family-friendly events, activities and community initiatives intended to encourage literacy and build community in partnership with local non-profit organisations. While the majority of Dart’s education initiatives focus on STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics), literacy underpins these subjects and is essential to lifelong learning.


Media statement: KAABOO Cayman 2020

After careful deliberation, the partners behind KAABOO Cayman regret to announce that the event will not be returning to the Cayman Islands in 2020, as originally planned. The KAABOO Cayman partners are arranging for all blind-sale passes that were sold earlier to be fully refunded.


Learning made fun at Cayman International School

Instead of moaning, “I don’t want to go to school!” young students attending Cayman International School’s new Early Childhood Division might well sing a different refrain: “I don’t want to go home!”

The school’s new, modern, state-of-the-art facility welcomed young students aged two to four for the first time this month. The Early Childhood facility was purposely designed to accommodate Cayman International School’s play-based programme and it will, without question, make learning fun for its students.


Cayman Compass: Cayman International School gears up to open new preschool

This may not be the best space for someone with obsessive compulsive disorder. Straight lines are in short supply.

Cayman International School’s new preschool, which opens to students next week, feels like one of those hard candies with a soft centre. The subdued architecture of the exterior gives no hint of the squishy insides, where curves and unconventionally shaped doorways and openings create an environment it’s hard to believe any kid would not be attracted to.

Photo credit: Cayman Compass