There are also two new resorts on the island, Bimini Bay (Resorts World) and Baha Mar (not sure if it is open yet?). There are also a few other casinos on the island. NOTE: No locals are allowed to gamble in any of these casinos.
I didn't want to start a brand new thread for this post, so I revived this one from more than three years ago. The subject is the long-stalled Baha Mar project in Nassau, Bahamas.
I just stumbled across a few on-line items that suggest that there is finally some activity of significance. I have no info on the reliability of these sources. The first one
indicates that the casino has received a license approval and that there will be a soft opening later this month. It also alludes to some of the political problems and alledged improprieties, some of which are discussed further in this one
. A third item that overlaps these two a bit is here
Each of these articles [sic] are from web sites that purport to be newspapers or such, but for all I know they could be the kind of newspaper that a guy publishes in his bedroom.
Does anyone have reliable info on Baha Mar?
is another article from about three weeks ago that includes a reverse-chronological-order summary of the trials and tribulations of this development over the past dozen years or so.