Marigot’s central pharmacy advertises its business against the backdrop of damage from Hurricane Irma.
The church has been damaged but the walls survived the worst of Hurricane Irma. Plywood bars anyone from entering through the door.
A dried field in the hills of Concordia marks the destruction of Cité Popo that took place twenty five years ago.
Newly finished residential buildings on the hills of Concordia.
Concordia lies nestled into the hills in Marigot. Over the past twenty years it has become an administrative and residential neighborhood where housing projects, a hospital and a multimedia library have been built.
Former hospital in Marigot, now an administrative building for the French departments of Transportation, Equipment, and Development. The building is beginning to show signs of wear.
A Levi’s store in Marigot announces that it will reopen soon, after closing for Hurricane Irma. The newspapers cover is reminiscent of the traditional tapestries found in Caribbean small wooden houses.
Scaffolding is up to conduct repairs on Marigot’s busiest street after Hurricane Irma. This wealthy area is being rebuilt steadily in the wake of the hurricane.