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A multi-phase residential development, Periwinkle is the first LEED certified sustainable community in the Cayman Islands. As such, the whole build process has been carefully considered to minimise any negative impact on the local environment. Homes have been designed to be highly insulated and include solar arrays to provide clean, renewable energy, and toxin-free building materials have been selected to ensure indoor environments are healthy for the occupants. Periwinkle is comprised of various home types including waterfront, garden and courtyard townhomes in two-, three- and four-bedroom configurations. These are arranged along a leafy boulevard and around shared green spaces to create a vibrant, tropical community. Cayman-style exterior architecture lends the development a sense of place, while the contemporary interior design ensures homes are adapted to modern lifestyles. The whole development has been designed according to the principles of new urbanism, with a focus on shared amenities and green spaces in order to foster a strong sense of community. These include a 4200 square foot clubhouse, a 60 foot pool, a walking path, a wet zone for kids and a barbecue area. Boat docks are also built along the canal front, allowing residents easy access to the water, while the shops and restaurants at Grand Harbour are easily accessible on foot. Phase I is complete. Phase II and III is secluded for completion within 2022.

Completion: 2020
Client / Developer: Periwinkle Ltd.
Architect: Arch and Godfrey Design/Build with EDI Architects
Lead Staff: Andrew McBean, James Harvey, Nicholas Mellaneo, Ronald Rivera, Dominique Powell
Location: George Town

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