Such a weird view
I imagine that they are gonna build temporary walkways (ala DCA refurb) that take you behind innoventions west or east( like this would drop guests next to Nemo) and then eventually, maybe when spaceship earth closes, they’ll just completely block off the middle area between innoventions and do the full demo, regrading, leveling work
Such a weird view
This is a long term project, upwards of 5 or 6 years. Almost nothing won't receive an upgrade. This could be something as simple as a walking path for the World Nature overlay. Or a new building on the scale of Oddessy. IMO.Wondering that myself. Don’t know if it’ll just be something like an equipment/materials holding area or what.
nobody's said why they put construction walls up between Imagination and the Land ? what are they planning on doing in that area
I take it this is the area you were referring to @DisneyDreamerxyz?
This is what I am thinking. They are going to need to bring a lot of equipment into that side of the park for the demolition and to build the new festival center and water feature, so a temporary access path would make sense. The I-beams in the picture @HauntedMansionFLA posted appear to be there to block equipment that is to tall to go under the monorail beam.I take it this is the area you were referring to @DisneyDreamerxyz?
Unless there are extra paths going in behind the water feature thing, I guess it could be an access area. I think the backstage road runs behind there, so maybe they’ll store equipment there and then have a gateway they can use at night to build the water feature.
Do we really need a hotel up front of the park?
That's where my statue is going!
This was discussed in another thread, it is not a height test balloon, it was to mark a location for the race that happened this weekend.
Are we thinking they'll pave over the fountain of nations and move those walls back to help with traffic over the holidays? Or would that make too much sense?@DreamfinderGuy mentioned on Twitter the other day
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