1/6/15 Aerial Construction Photos of Downtown Disney Conversion to Disney Springs

WDWNT’s own Nick LoCicero took a trip high above Downtown Disney this week and has some great aerial photos of the on-going work to share with us today:

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Even though it has opened, work continues on the Orange parking structure

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The top level appears to be far from ready

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Work has begun on the Town Center, the former parking lot for Pleasure Island

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Some new facades can already be found on this side of The Landing, the large Bottling Co. building will be home to the Morimoto restaurant

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We can see work progressing on the Boathouse, as well as the still unannounced hangar restaurant

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The Town Center will be completed by 2016

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  1. Even with all of the construction and the long delays trying to drive by Downtown; walking around Downtown is not too bad. I’ve been down several time in the past 2 weeks and found it somewhat congested with holiday travelers but it was easily manageable and a lot of fun.

    If you have not been lately, I suggest visiting and definitely try the various food trucks scattered. I will miss the holiday music and snowflake stilt walkers.

  2. I honestly hope that the parking garage gets, somewhat, “Disneyfied.” Becasue it looks outrageously out of place!

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