Our first update on Disney Springs will be a nice overview of what has been added lately and what else is expected to be on the way.
Starting off we take a look at what will be the new bus transportation terminal, this will be a definite upgrade from the current situation and more centralized to the property:
Nearby we find a building that has now all been announced as the World of Coca-Cola! This will be an exciting addition to Disney Springs giving us an inside look at the product’s history, development and even allow us to sample flavors from around the world:
For more on this and to see what features it could have, check out the website for the Atlanta location
Moving on, next door we find Planet Hollywood to appear near gutted on the inside and the flying saucer over its entrance removed:
This will re-open as Planet Hollywood but be more conservatively themed to an observatory as pictured in the construction wall concept art:
Next up, near Paradiso 37 lots has been going on and opening up. Still under construction though is STK Steakhouse:
Across from that a new structure has started to merge for an undetermined venue:
This could be for the announced restaurant Homecoming: Florida Kitchen and Southern Shine – A new restaurant by Chef Smith featuring a fusion of southern and Florida favorites.
This area called The Landing, has seen many other tenants open within the past year:
Jock Lindsay’s Hangar Bar (Indiana Jones themed bar)
Morimoto Asia (review here)
The Boathouse Restaurant and a cool gift shop for your nautical needs where you can customize an oar and more!
The Ganachery featuring some gourmet chocolate in many flavors:
The Art of Shaving:
More shops not pictured include: Chapel Hats, Erwin Pearl, Apex by Sunglass Hut, Vivoili Gelato and Tea Trader’s Cafe
In a new area still completely under construction, Town Center has started to emerge:
Probably the most exciting concept released is for a new restaurant call The Edison “Industrial Gothic” -style restaurant, bar and nighttime destination themed to a 1920s-period power plant. In addition to classic American food and cocktails, The Edison will feature nightly entertainment including contortionists, palm readers, DJs and more.
Other highlights of this area are said to include more higher end shopping selection like:
- Tommy Bahama
- Edward Bernier
This area definitely has the most action construction wise and can be seen from lots of angles:
Two other food options in Town Center will be:
Moving back over to WestSide we find only a few changes including the removal of D Street to make way for Star Wars Galactic Outpost:
Though some subtle hints of the former Vinylmation store do remain in the windows and ceiling area:
Next door, Marvel’s Super Hero Headquarters has moved in:
Starbucks is looking great as always:
And Splitsville still remains one of my personal favorites for lunch and to take pictures of:
The food trucks are a great place to have a quick bite as well:
Concluding on the Marketplace side probably the biggest change here is bypass bridge connecting from Rainforest Cafe to near T-Rex:
In front of the Marketplace area, work continues on the 2nd parking garage for Disney Springs:
There is a lot going on around Disney Springs. Stay tuned to WildGravity Travels for the latest, you never know what will be built next:
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