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60 Nexus Way to open its doors

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CAPTION 60 Nexus Way is designed to the specifications of LEED – the U.S. Green Building Council’s framework for sustainable buildings. — Photos: Bobby Hulse

This month, a ribbon cutting ceremony will officially open the doors to Camana Bay’s newest building, 60 Nexus Way.

The upper floors of the 10-storey commercial building already boast several high-profile tenants, including Deloitte and Appleby.

Appropriately scheduled to open during Earth Month, this environmentally friendly building is designed to the specifications of LEED – the U.S. Green Building Council’s framework for sustainable buildings.

“We believe this building is special in many respects,” said Kristy Rivers, Dart’s vice president for business development and leasing. “It showcases our approach to sustainability at Camana Bay, integrating high-performance design with sustainable building practices. It also offers an elevated experience for our tenants, including unrivalled panoramic views of the North Sound and Seven Mile Beach from the rooftop and top floors.”

Tenants like Appleby — on the ninth floor — are set to move in. Deloitte will take the seventh and eighth floors later this year.

Another 60 Nexus tenant already confirmed is North End Re, which will move into expanded office space from a different location in Camana Bay this year. These tenants are likely attracted not only to 60 Nexus Way’s sustainability features — which include a 100kW solar array — but also its many amenities and visual appeal.

The 200,000-square-foot building also features an efficient layout that makes it easy for businesses to plan and design their own office spaces to meet their unique needs. Parking is available with 440 new spaces right across the street. 

Solar panels on top of building
Photo by: Davion Cotterell

The interior style of 60 Nexus offers a tropical industrial look that weaves together elements of the Cayman Islands’ beauty with industrial elements. Coral stone is used in both the interior and exterior lobbies. The building’s colours reflect the Cayman Islands, but also offer a modern, fresh design theme.

The building’s amenities include a landscaped, rooftop terrace and garden that can be used by tenants for a variety of events. The ground floor of 60 Nexus Way will host service-based retail businesses and a new restaurant that will serve breakfast in the morning and wine and tapas in the evenings. A covered canopy will allow for alfresco dining that is protected from inclement weather.

“There has been an unprecedented interest in leasing space at 60 Nexus Way,” said Rivers. “We see this as a positive indication that investors and businesses are keen to be located in the Cayman Islands and in Camana Bay. This has caused us to move up our timelines for the development of another new building, 90 Nexus Way, which will break ground in 2023.”

This article will also be featured in the April 2023 print edition of Camana Bay Times.

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