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New anchors of the Camana Bay community

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60 Nexus Way has opened its doors, opening a new chapter in the story of Camana Bay. We sat down with the building's three anchor tenants — Appleby, B1 and Deloitte — to learn a bit more about our new neighbours.


For law firm Appleby, the decision to move into 60 Nexus Way had been in the pipeline for some time. The building's design philosophy combined with Camana Bay's growth as a business hub with close proximity to clients and service providers proved to be the perfect opportunity.

"This move represents our commitment to remain forward thinking, to progress and to providing our clients with the best possible service and ensuring a positive work environment for our employees," Appleby Managing Partner Norman Klein said.

Appleby is the oldest Cayman Islands law firm and is highly regarded as both a pillar of the business community for providing first-class legal services to clients and as an excellent employer.

"Appleby chose the move to a more spacious and modern facility in order to better serve its valued customers and employees," Klein said. "The new location boasts state-of-the-art facilities and a prime location, which match our ethos and ensure we continue to attract and retain top talent in the legal industry."

The building's sustainability features — it was built to LEED certification standards — also aligns with Appleby's global commitment to sustainability. Appleby is furthering this commitment by working with Planet Mark to measure and reduce the Group’s carbon footprint. Through the Planet Mark Business Certification, Appleby will be measuring and endeavouring to reduce its carbon footprint to ensure that the law firm is embedding sustainability into its core business practices.

"The world of office design is constantly evolving, and with advances in technology and changes in the way we work, the aim was to strike a balance mindful of sustainability, function and design," Klein said.

Appleby's office on the ninth floor features include an abundance of natural light, wellness facilities, state-of-the-art shower facilities, ergonomic furniture, white noise for sound cancellation and a staff cafe. For the first time in decades, Appleby's staff is now together on the same floor.


B1 is a tech-focused investment firm set to take the top floor of 60 Nexus Way. A tenant since 2021, B1 leaders say their staff already makes the most of Camana Bay's mixed-use facilities. 

“At B1, we believe in empowering creators and engaging communities," according to the company. "That’s why Camana Bay is a perfect fit for us, as it provides connectivity with like-minded community members and offers our team access to premier amenities in a beautifully landscaped setting. We are truly proud to be a part of this vibrant town."

B1 will enjoy unparalleled views atop the tallest commercial office building on island.

"As the country’s first 10-storey commercial building, we understand the historic importance this has in our Cayman community," according to B1.

“As a tech-focused investment firm, we appreciate the innovative and sustainable approach evident throughout the property, in both design and construction. We are also pleased to see other tech-based businesses based in Camana Bay, signaling potential for more growth of the industry in Cayman."

B1 is slated to move into its new office space by the end of the year.

Deloitte is the largest professional services firm in the world, one of the Big Four accounting firms and has been serving clients on island for five decades and globally for 178 years.

"We are excited to celebrate this move as part of Deloitte’s milestone 50th anniversary in the Cayman Islands," said Stu Sybersma, managing partner of Deloitte Cayman Islands. "Our firm’s relocation to 60 Nexus Way aligns with a continued business expansion, provides us with an opportunity to modernise our office and the way we work, and reflects our ongoing commitment to supporting our people’s well-being.

"We were also attracted to the amenities of Camana Bay, and the fact that the building is LEED-certified was important to us as we wanted to support and encourage a more sustainable Cayman."

Deloitte is set to establish its offices on the building's eighth floor and half of its seventh floor. With the move, Deloitte joins the likes of global accounting firms Ernst & Young and PricewaterhouseCoopers, as the local offices for three of the Big Four firms are now located in Camana Bay. Sybersma said Camana Bay's prominence as a business centre played a big part in the decision to move.

"A key factor we considered in our relocation plans was the proximity to many clients based [at Camana Bay], paired with the convenience of instant access to great restaurants, services and other amenities," he said.

Deloitte is now the largest tenant in Cayman's only 10-storey office building, a source of pride for the company.

"We have seen mostly a feeling of bubbling excitement from staff," said Cindy Hislop, talent partner of Deloitte Cayman Islands. "Our people are our number one priority, and this move will not only bring our entire team together under one roof, but also provide them with versatile spaces to foster their teamwork, well-being and productivity."

This article will feature in the June 2023 print edition of Camana Bay Times.

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