While quite a few sources have confirmed that this will, indeed, be an NBC-themed attraction, we could soon see something being installed in the area that would finally officially confirm the theme and nature of this "mysterious" addition.
Hey there guys! I know it's been a while since I've written in. Things have been slow here in the parks as of recently. Besides the constant refurbishment of buildings and sidewalks nothing really exciting has been happening. I do have some interesting news though.
Overnight, signs were delivered for the Garden of Allah [area]. These signs consisted of the famous NBC peacock tail with no wording on it, a standby entrance sign with a wait time counter, and an Express entrance sign (they didn't install the signs yet due to technical difficulties). Looks like an NBC attraction of some sort was correct. Wish I had more to give.
This was the main entrance of the old AT&T exhibit. It closed many years ago:
Notice the new pole installed next to the building. Will it soon hold a sign?:
A section of the area facing Central Park is now wall-free:
As you can see, the majority of the building is still mostly empty:
The rest of the area is still behind walls:
New awnings have been installed above the new main entrance for the future new attraction/exhibit:
A peek above the walls (photos taken from a Guest area):
Notice the small, new lights that have been installed around the garden:
It is a really nice area. We are glad to see that it will soon be used as a Guest area:
Could it be a possible meet and greet where you can meet real Hollywood stars??
My wife and I were asked to watch episodes of new TV series and get paid to review them. Somewhere across from Terminator. The lady continued to explain that this operation will soon be located at the newer Garden of Allah Villas. For: NBC, Comcast, Universal.
That attraction would actually be so stupid.
I would guess that the neon sign will be removed soon? Its a nice zone but the name for that zone is not going to be called Garden Of Alta anymore?
Oh yeah... She also said the Garden of Allah Villas would open in Nov. The reviewing of "never before seen shows" would include biometric scanning to detect your emotional response to the shows. Also, Nintendo would be moving in in April to invite guests to test their video games with biometric sensors to determine what elements of their games we like. This must be for planning Nintendo themed areas of IOA. All while getting paid somewhere around $20 an hour. If this employee explained this to me, it must be true. In addition to whatever else they might be putting in there.