Baha Mar’s Commercial Village Completed
Baha Mar executive Robert Sands announced the completion of the highly anticipated Commercial Village at Cable Beach yesterday, just over a week after the opening of the newly rerouted West Bay Street.
A newly built fire and police station and several banks, which occupy the complex, opened yesterday. They include Scotiabank, Fidelity Bank and Commonwealth Bank.
“At our opening (of the new road), our president and the prime minister articulated how important it was to complete this particular project, to develop the footprint for Baha Mar to rise out of the ground,” said Sands in an interview with The Nassau Guardian in front of the Commercial Village, West Bay Street.
“These buildings certainly started early in February and we actually broke ground on February 21. “Here we are [now] with occupancy… and the work of Bahamian artisans and contractors who were able to achieve these magnificent buildings in a condensed period of time.”
Sands indicated that Baha Mar is now in a position to begin demolishing the old buildings that housed the banks, the police and fire station and the Office of the Prime Minister.Baha Mar, cable beach, community, construction, hotels, resorts