Baha Mar To Demolish West Bay Street Buildings

Monday 14th, November 2011 / 08:49 Published by

(L-R) VP of Security at Baha Mar Marvin dames, President of Baha Mar Don Robinson, Chairman & CEO of Baha Mar Sarkis Izmirilian and SVP Government and External Affairs Robert Sands at the opening of West Bay Street yesterday. Photo: Kyle Smith

Buildings that have lined the southern side of West Bay Street for years will be demolished next month as Baha Mar prepares to make room for the superstructure of the casino and convention hotels of its $2.6 billion dollar mega-development.

Scotiabank, Commonwealth Bank and Fidelity Bank on the Cable Beach Strip will all be brought down begining the first week of December at Baha Mar’s expense, according to Baha Mar Senior Vice President of Government and External Affairs Robert Sands, who said even more jobs will be created as a result.

The police and fire station on the strip will also be demolished in short order, Sands confirmed. He said the new banks and police and fire station will be opened on November 21, 2011.

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