Groundbreaking took place last week at the site of what will soon become Boundary Hall, the fourth building in Cricket Square slated for completion in August 2006.
An Orchid Development and Flowers Group project, Boundary Hall will boast 57,000 square feet, ample covered parking, dedicated conference facilities and a Category 5 hurricane-resistant structure with stylish architecture and design that mirrors its sister buildings – Century Yard and The Pavillion, states a press release.
Orchid Development’s Managing Director Clarence Flowers is pleased to be moving forward with the project.
‘We’re happy to be working with some of the island’s best builders, engineers and architects.’ McAlpine Ltd is the general contractor working alongside CGMJ Architects and partnering with the Flowers Group, APEC, Deloitte Property Management, BB&P and Cayman National,’ he said.
‘Cayman is growing and many businesses are expanding. They need more office space and they need to know it’ll be secure and well protected in the event of a major hurricane. Boundary Hall offers this along with a premier business address, 24-hour security and excellent amenities.’
Wil Steward, managing director of Chalmers Gibbs Architects said, ‘We’re proud to be working on another Cricket Square project with such an excellent technical and development team.’ Managing Director of McAlpine Ltd Henry Propper agrees: ‘The McAlpine team is pleased to be working on this project. I believe Boundary Hall will be the place to be.’
Cricket Square offers premium office space, ample parking, conference facilities and easy access to one of Cayman’s best restaurants – The Brasserie.
For more information about Cricket Square and Boundary Hall please contact Clarence Flowers on 916-2177.