New merchants preparing to launch at Camana Bay

Four new shops and restaurants have recently signed leases and will open in the coming months in Camana Bay’s Town Centre. They include the fastest growing jewellery brand in the US, a healthy juice bar, a unique restaurant concept and a guilt-free treat shop. 

The Mansion, an Island Companies flagship store, is being remodelled to include a dedicated 1,200-square foot Pandora location and an additional retail concept that will be announced soon. The store will close later this week for renovations and reopen in September. 

In addition, nmVentures, the management team behind Abacus, Deckers and Prime, will expand their family of restaurants with KARoo at Camana Bay.  

Located on The Crescent opposite Michael’s Genuine Food and Drink, KARoo will feature crisp designer cocktails and a small plate concept of international cuisine with a Caribbean twist designed to encourage diners to order at their own pace and sample a number of different dishes.  

In keeping with Camana Bay’s focus on health, Jessie’s Juices will serve up fresh, made-to-order fruit and vegetable juices, including wheat grass. These juices are rich in the minerals, vitamins, trace elements and enzymes that your body needs to flush out toxins and build strong, healthy cells. 

Ginger Lily will offer delicious tart frozen yogurt, served with fresh fruit and other gourmet toppings. The clean, sophisticated taste of tart frozen yogurt has made this guilt-free treat hugely popular in Europe and North America, the statement said. 

In keeping with the fitness theme, Anytime Fitness has begun its expansion plans, adding approximately 1,000 square feet to the existing facility and increasing the size of the studio and weights area for its family of members.  

“With more than 1,000 people living and working in Camana Bay, and many more visiting the Town Centre to shop, dine, catch a movie, attend one of our many events or just take advantage of the green spaces, Camana Bay is really coming of age,” said Ken Hydes, Camana Bay’s Town Centre Manager. 


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