June 24, 2020
Downtown Nassau pictured during the COVID-19 lockdown.
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The Downtown Nassau Partnership's (DNP) co-chair has predicted Bay Street's revival will take "longer than anticipated" given its near-total reliance on a cruise industry whose return is further delayed.
The Downtown Nassau Partnership's (DNP} co-chair is urging stakeholders to seize the opportunity provided by cruise tourism's absence to "reinvent the city", adding: "The door is open for change."
’Twas the day before lockdown And all through the aisles Shoppers were frantic Skipping manners and smiles
The Downtown Nassau Partnership's (DNP) co-chair yesterday backed the cruise industry's plan to restart with voyages to its private islands only, arguing: "It's critical they get it right."
A top tourism official yesterday said Downtown Nassau needs a “deep clean”, as she blasted: “Is this a place I want to show to tourists?”
Eighty percent of the spending that kept Bay Street afloat has dried up via a cruise industry shutdown just extended to October 1, the Downtown Nassau Partnership’s (DNP) co-chair has revealed. Charles Klonaris told Tribune Business he does not fore
Cruise tourism-dependent downtown Nassau businesses yesterday said they may close down until September with revenues down by up to 70 percent in a bid to survive until the industry’s return. George Mousis, Athena Café’s general manager, told Tribune