Guess Disneyland executives were hard at work while the "Happiest Place on Earth" was closed due to the pandemic. The iconic theme park announced this week its "DisneylandForward" multi-year plans to expand, plus add new retail and parking. According to the OC Register, Disneyland can do it all within the confines of the already existing property, working with the City of Anaheim on how to best use the land. Reports note that Disney did not release any details on the timing or the cost of the project.
Here’s how the DisneylandForward website describes the situation:
“In the 1990s, the City of Anaheim approved specific plans that would guide the growth of the Disneyland Resort and businesses in the newly formed Anaheim Resort area. And while those plans resulted in major improvements to the entire Anaheim Resort, their “traditional” district/zone approach does not allow for the diverse, integrated experiences theme park visitors now seek, severely limiting Disney’s ability to continue investingin Anaheim.”
What would you like to see added to the theme park?
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