Quite a bit of scaffolding has been taken down from the center of the building. That means the upper floors here are pretty much done on the outside.
They’ve installed some blue awnings over several of the room windows.
On the far end of the building, they still have some work to do that requires a crane.
It looks to be some work involving the roof, or possibly “Topolino’s”, the new rooftop restaurant that will open with the resort.
The tower for the themed water slide is getting some of its finer detail work installed.
The actual stone work on the tower is much nicer than what was depicted in the original concept art. I’m quite impressed!
The ground-level walking areas near the lake are coming together, as well. The stone work all looks finished, and fences and such have been installed along the paths.
Speaking of pathways, the Riviera Skyliner station is finally getting some walkways installed. Workers were moving dirt and laying concrete today. This station will serve the Riviera Resort, and I would presume also the Caribbean Beach resort rooms on this site of that resort.
Honestly, some of the Caribbean Beach rooms are closer to this station than the Riviera building is.
I’m looking forward to taking a ride on this system later this year.
Disney’s Riviera Resort is expected to open sometime this Fall.