Disney Park and Resort Photo Updates

Downtown Disney/Disney Springs Photo Update January 29, 2015 Including BOATHOUSE & The Hangar Construction

Hi everyone!

We stayed last night at the B Resort in the Downtown Disney Resort Area, and took a (10 minute) walk over to Downtown Disney to check out the progress as it becomes Disney Springs. Our last visit was 2 or 3 weeks ago, and it looks so different already!

There were walls up as we crossed from Hotel Plaza Boulevard.

There is more signage than I’ve seen at Downtown Disney.

Mrs. Potts in the Tren-D window.

I love this artwork outside the World of Disney!

Mickey and Minnie enjoy a drink.

Minnie paints while Pluto sleeps.

Donald looks tired as he pedals Daisy around.

Mickey pours water into his fountain.

The Starbucks Florida mugs are less expensive than the park mugs.

The LEGO sea serpent is still here, just as the topiary one in the Magic Kingdom still stands through all the construction.

The bridge at the Marketplace looks close to opening.

The bridge with Rainforest Cafe in the background.

We walked toward the West Side.

Here is a look back at the bridge.

Paradiso 37 had been blocked quite a bit during the construction, but Raglan Road has been a bit harder to see in the past month.

Walking into the former Pleasure Island area.

The BOATHOUSE looks so much closer to being finished than a couple of weeks ago.

Looking back, to where we had been.

Dock in the water near the BOATHOUSE.

This seating area was completed a couple of months ago.

The Hangar restaurant is taking shape, and there is now this boat (I believe it is going to be for diners as well).

Looking back at the BOATHOUSE.

The Hangar restaurant.

Construction walls in front of Raglan Road.

Concept art on the walls.

Walking through the former Pleasure Island, passing the buildings that housed the Adventurer’s Club and BET Soundstage, along with more concept art.

At the West Side, we stopped at Food Truck Park.

Menus were being handed out.

More construction at the West Side.

Parking garage.

We took the boat back, allowing for a different view.

The BOATHOUSE from the water.

Several photos of The Hangar restaurant.

The BOATHOUSE location looks much more spread out from this side.

Here is our video of the construction.

And a look at the bridge again.

It took years to get a project up and running here, but I think Disney Springs will be an exceptional dining, shopping and entertainment venue once finished.