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ONE | GT HOTEL AND RESIDENCES BREAKS GROUND IN GEORGE TOWN.

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ONE | GT HOTEL AND RESIDENCES BREAKS GROUND IN GEORGE TOWN.

Jeremy Hurst & Eyal Patel representing the developers of ONE GT

L To R - Dwayne Seymour, Eyal Patel, Jeremy Hurst, Hon Kenneth Bryan

Dwayne Seymour Speaking

Hon Kenneth Bryan Speaking

Jeremy Hurst Speaking

ONE | GT, the highly anticipated George Town boutique hotel and residences, broke ground on
Thursday, June 30 with a celebratory event attended by government leaders and various
members of the business, hospitality and real estate brokerage communities and of
course its developers. The CI$120 million project brings long-awaited contemporary living to the
heart of the Cayman Islands, providing a new and exciting destination for work and life to
merge effortlessly, in addition to contributing substantial benefits to the local economy. ONE |
GT will provide a significant employment during its construction phase and direct employment of
numerous staff in the hotel and residences once operational.
Notable dignitaries in attendance included the Minister for Tourism & Transport Hon. Kenneth
Bryan, Parliamentary Secretary Dwayne Seymour representing the Ministry of Agriculture
Housing and Infrastructure, Chief Officers Stran Bodden and Eric Bush, Director of Tourism Miss
Rosa Harris as well as Jeremy Hurst & Eyal Patel representing the developers of ONE GT.
Conveniently located on Goring Avenue, in the heart of downtown George Town, directly behind
Bayshore Mall, the 11-story structure is set to be the tallest building in the capital at 154 feet
above sea level, once complete in late 2024. The development features 175 suites and
residences offering amazing views and a full range of hotel amenities and entertainment areas
including a piazza café, a signature terrace restaurant, two pools, a private gym, valet parking,
and Cayman’s first luxury rooftop SKY Club.
“We are enormously proud to celebrate this momentous achievement and commemorate the
start of construction for ONE | GT,” said Jeremy Hurst. “It’s an honour and privilege to be
delivering this one-of-a-kind product to George Town. Our vision for ONE | GT was to bring
something truly unique to the area and in the process to blaze the trail for George Town’s
revitalisation. We’re very grateful to all of the Government officials who have supported the
project and shared in our vision for the future of our nation’s capital.” Jeremy Hurst,
Development Partner, IRG.
Colin Lumsden, George Town Manager & Revitalisation Initiative Coordinator commented, “the
Ministry of Infrastructure, through its George Town Revitalisation Initiative, congratulates the
ONE | GT team on this exciting milestone. We are thrilled about the great potential this
innovative, mixed-use development brings for central George Town. Their vision to create a

place for both residents and visitors to gather, stay and live, beyond the 9 to 5, supports our
goals and we look forward to continuing to work together to enhance and revitalise our capital.”
ONE | GT is the second major project for this development team who are currently working on
the final stages of completion of Harbour Walk; a modern mix-use residential, retail, and office
development project in Grand Harbour. ONE | GT was designed by the internationally renowned
architectural firm TRIO Architects who envisioned its striking façade influenced by iconic and
innovative destinations around the world, including Miami, LA, Rome and Paris, as well as
leveraging the unmatched beauty of the Caribbean.
ONE | GT is exclusively marketed and sold by IRG - International Realty Group. For more
information about private showings or purchasing/ leasing information, please contact
info@onegt.ky.


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