As of late it does take Disney a long while to build most new construction on property but you are right, versions of hotels generally do go up quicker than attractions. My Dad was a building contractor. He was a contractor for the Sears Tower in Chicago. Architects were hired to design the tower in 1969 and ground was broken in 1970. It took 3 years to build 110 stories, about the same amount of time that has been spent on this project already. They started bulldozing River Country at the same time as this project for the new DVC. It will be interesting to see how long they each take to complete.A motivated developer and contractor could have that built in 14-16 months, maybe less. CD's shouldn't take more than 3 tops.
While it would be nice to see the property fully connected like that, I'd rather see them do it with a PRT system instead of an expansion of the skyliner.Could it be the expansion of the skyliner??? or the next gen transportation sistem that is rumour??? As I have read somewhere that that place would be a mini Transport hub
There probably isn't one system that would work for everything, there will always be a mix.W
While it would be nice to see the property fully connected like that, I'd rather see them do it with a PRT system instead of an expansion of the skyliner.
Just like the monorail has never been expanded I don't really envision a skyliner expansion ever.
Disney seems to like its disconjointed multi type transportation system with no desire to make one system go to every destination.
It's a feature, not a bug. I like the variety and the potential reversal of the previous strategy of having the bus system be the one system.Disney seems to like its disconjointed multi type transportation system with no desire to make one system go to every destination.
Let me be the first to react: "Holy Mackerel" !Ariel just filed a lawsuit claiming infringement on the name, “The Cove.” She claims the name implies a level of creative detail synonymous with The Little Mermaid or other themed Disney properties. She is suing for 10k flounders.
Small buildings were just a covered picnic area and support buildings for the tennis and mini-golf. The majority was just tennis courts.What were those buildings that were torn down?
Where will people park for Fantasia Gardens once this is built?