PHOTOS: Redesigned Rose Walk Pathway Construction Progresses with a New Structure at Epcot

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Here at Epcot, construction of the redesigned Rose Walk pathway between Future World and World Showcase continues to progress as the 2019 Epcot International Food & Wine Festival is just weeks from opening.

And that’s it! (Just kidding… did you really think we’d just take pictures of a wall?)

It seems quiet now, but work is moving along quickly. There’s a chance the work may be finished, or at least mostly finished, by the start of the festival on August 29th.

A new structure has seemed to go up virtually overnight.

Hopefully, this will expand the walkway, allowing for easier travel between the two areas. The pathway runs from Imagination! to World Showcase Promenade, near Refreshment Port.

This is no figment of your imagination… there’s a lot of work going on!

We also stopped by Future World West to check out the construction walls that recently went up between Innoventions West and the Coral Reef Restaurant.

Signage is up to direct guests toward the restaurant.

And that’s all we have for now! Keep reading WDWNT for more news about the ongoing transformation of Epcot!

MORE:

PHOTOS: Future World East Pathway at Epcot Closing For Expansion Starting August 12th

PHOTOS: Work Continues on Epcot Entrance Enhancements – Construction Update 8/10/19

PHOTO REPORT: Epcot 8/10/19 (Updates to The Land and Seas Pavilions, New Merchandise, World Showcase Maintenance, and More!)

 

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Hard to gauge size from the photos but could this be the rumored stand alone Starbucks ?