Aerial Construction Photos of Disney Springs from 6/23/14

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WDWNT Reporter Nick LoCicero once again takes us high above what is today Downtown Disney so we can see what is happening to make it Disney Springs for the future in this latest aerial update:

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Downtown Disney is pretty much a war zone right now, but at least the parking structure will be complete in a few weeks

Some road work starting to happen, preparing for all of the new access roads for busses and cars into and out of the area

It may be hard to believe now, but the structure will open by the Fall

A lot of the waterways near what was Pleasure Island are being torn up now

We can see that quite a bit of progress has been made on the Marketplace bridge

If you look towards the top of the photo above, you can see what appears to be a small amphitheater being built next to the large waterside dining building for The Landing

Pollo Campero is history…

You can see the new bridge to Saratoga Springs towards the top of this photo

Stay tuned for more exciting updates on Disney Springs!

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  1. The second picture which is labeled as road work is actually just the beginnings of a storm water retention pond. You can see this in the permits submitted to the South Florida Water Management District.

  2. I love aerial shots because you can see so much more – thanks for the great pictures. I really am starting to like the bridges now that they are coming along.

    I am disappointed that Pollo Campero is history because it really served good food and healthier food – I know, I know, you don’t go to Disney to eat well but I know Disney is trying to add healthier options for those of us looking for them even through you do A LOT of walking. More and more vegan, vegetarian, and gluten free options, chefs are really wanting to meet dietary needs. Ironically I am a daughter of an executive of PepsiCo, and I really dislike soda. It was an experience to check out Club Cool at EPCOT.

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