News at Dart

Nature blooms during lockdown across Dart properties

From the returned visibility of the Himalayan mountain peaks to herds of goats roaming the streets in Wales and starfish aplenty at Grand Cayman's Starfish Point, places all over the globe have observed nature’s surge following reduced human activity amid the COVID-19 pandemic. 


Dart Family Park gets spruced up

Dart Family Park in South Sound was in need of some love.

Opened in 2005, the park's last significant renovation was back in 2011. With the park's turning 15 years old on 9 April, Dart wanted to give it a good makeover. 


Back to business

Returning to a new normal after COVID-19

It was a long spring in the Cayman Islands, seemingly much longer than the 13 weeks and a day that typically mark the season of renewal. The onset of summer has brought a renewal of its own as most businesses have been allowed to reopen after several months of closure because of the COVID-19 pandemic. 

At Dart developments and businesses, there is renewed activity as the hotels offer staycations, shops serve customers and staff members return to the office.


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.


R3 Cayman Foundation begins grant application process with survey launch

R3 Cayman Foundation is finalising a grant application process and is requesting that organisations and/or individuals seeking funding complete a short survey outlining the type of assistance or services they provide in disaster preparedness, relief or recovery in the Cayman Islands. Guided by our values of innovation and teamwork, Dart remains proud to be part of the establishment of R3 Cayman Foundation. 


Construction poised to re-start economic engine halted by COVID-19

Work on current Dart projects resumes through phased approach

A controlled reopening of the local construction industry will start Tuesday, 19 May following the last two weeks of COVID-19 frontline testing. The Cayman Islands Government says this decision paves the way for work to begin on approved construction sites following Department of Planning inspections and health screenings.


Cayman Compass: Developers poised to lead economic recovery

As many as 50 major construction projects are ready to resume as soon as government gives the green light, according to some of Cayman’s major developers - including Dart.

Government has earmarked the reopening of the sector – potentially as early as this month – as a means to stimulate the domestic economy.