PHOTOS: Roof Installation Begins at New Monorail Station for Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort

The beginnings of a roof were installed overnight at the new Monorail station of Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort.


The collection of beams crosses over the Monorail track, connected to the concrete pillars on either side.


Construction workers were on the platform this morning.


We even saw a Monorail go through the station.


There are two peaks to the structure currently.


The road leading up to the construction site is blocked off.

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The new Monorail station will be more fully enclosed more-so than the old one.


Meanwhile, the pillars that will support the resort’s new porte-cochère have been set in concrete.


There are two rows of four pillars leading towards the Monorail station and the entrance of the Great Ceremonial House.


The pillars directly in front of the Great Ceremonial House have also been set in concrete.


Below is concept art of what the new entrance to Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort will look like.


How do you feel about this reimagining of the resort? Let us know in the comments.

  1. These are exciting developments! I’ve been following the Polynesian portico construction progress online and was getting nervous as it was starting to seem a little stagnant. It’s cool to see more visible progress. Fingers crossed that the new monorail station will be operational by the time of my family’s upcoming visit at the end of August!

  2. And just like that what they are doing physically no longer matches the concept art. They are installing peaks over the monorail tracks. In the concept art the building is flat.

    Nevermind. Looking closer at the concept art, you can see it.

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