Downtown Disney Update: The Landings Grows (PART 1)

We are still months away from the official conversion of Downtown Disney into Disney Springs, but more and more new details continue to appear, reaffirming the fact that Disney Springs will be a much more pleasant-looking area than its successor. Like it or not, Disney Springs will have great retail opportunities, unique dining locales, and amazing entertainment offerings (even though we have very little information on the latter). Let's take a look around:

Welcome one, welcome all:

The West parking garage:

The main parking entrance/exit:

One of the new ramps that will soon connect Disney Springs with I-4:

Moving on to the West Side:

Work continues on a section of the elevated "tracks":

The Food Truck Park is looking good:

A temporary Planet Hollywood merchandise cart has been installed just outside the restaurant:

Behind the walls, we noticed that yet another new bridge is being built over what was once a pond surrounding the Planet Hollywood restaurant. It looks a lot like the new Village Causeway:

Some panoramic views of The Landing:

The former Pleasure Island bridge:

Former clubs:

Entering into the new themed section of The Landing:

Some of the new stores are now open:

Notice the bricks on the ground:

A new boat by the BOATHOUSE restaurant:

Work continues on the restaurant itself and surrounding areas:

More work is being done around The Landing:


  1. Have to say..conversion looks like citywalk. If youre looking for another 20 dollar hamburger from Disney, surely this will be the new place to go. Maybe that's harsh but what does this place really have to offer that's a unique experience? Overpriced retail is all I see. Kind of insulting.


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