Ginn is out, Replay Resorts knocking on the door

Lubert Adler (the money behind Ginn) has severed its relationship with Ginn, and is working with Credit Suisse to bring in a new developer to take the development from the current base infrastructure level to an actual resort. Lubert Adler likely controls the resort core, golf course, and land surrounding Old Bahama Bay, while Credit Suisse controls the unsold solds, so they have to work together.

Re:Play, a Vancouver based company that focuses "on the planning, design, and operation of destination resorts, resorts villages and urban villages" is rumored to be the leading contender, and may take over the development as early as this quarter.