Cayman’s First “Ecosmart” Real Estate Project

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By the Caribbean Journal staff

Grand Cayman will be soon be home to its first-ever “ecosmart” real estate community.

The new project is called Orchard Ecovillage, and the 21-acre master-planned community is set in Grand Cayman’s Lower Valley.

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The project aims to be a live-work-play development, with a total of 162 one, two and three-bedroom residences, along with amenities like bike paths, lakes for kayaking and paddleboarding, pools, a yoga studio, a Montessori school and a co-working office spaces, among others.

Every unit will have high ceilings and a choice of designs, along with the option for upgrades to solar energy.

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Developers said the project would also create water from the air using “hydro” panels, meaning residents can get fresh drinking water without having to buy single-use plastics.

It’s the latest addition to what is a booming real estate market in Cayman.

For more, visit Orchard Ecovillage.

— CJ