Dirk Wallen & John Corigliano’s 8/22/14 Disney Springs Photo Report

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WDWNT Reporters Dirk Wallen and John Corigliano both visited Downtown Disney/Disney Springs earlier this week and have a number of newsworthy photos to share with us, so let’s take a look:

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Disney Springs parking signs are already up

Work continues on Food Truck Park and the elevated walkway area on the West Side

Some pavement work on the West Side

Panorama of the West Side

A look at the elevated walkway from the ground

Pleasure Island signage above the bridge from West Side has been torn down

A look at the latest progress on The Landing

Structural steel taking shape in the center of The Landing, formerly Pleasure Island

Mannequin’s is finally boarded up

Land clearing still happening at the old entrance to Pleasure Island

Work continues on the Marketplace bridge

A temporary sign on the façade of World of Disney as they await a new sign

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Tom has been regularly visiting the Walt Disney World® Resort from the time he was 4 months old. While he has made countless visits in the last 28 years, he did not become a truly active member in the Disney fan community until the summer of 2007, when he decided to launch the WDW News Today website and podcast. Tom has since become an Orlando-local and is a published author on Walt Disney World.
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CJ
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CJ

I really feel Disney Springs is going to be awesome and I can’t wait till it is finished. Thanks for the picture updates.

David V (@prophetofunk)
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David V (@prophetofunk)

Look at those photo angles

Debbie
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Debbie

Thanks for sharing the pictures, it looks like it is starting to take shape. I still miss the Margarita Bar, they had the BEST RUM RUNNERS.

Chris
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Chris

It’s a little sad to see all the old icons disappearing but I’m excited to make new memories here. I hope they find a way to preserve the old Pleasure Island Sign, it was so kitschy, I loved it!