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    I see some paving going down. It will be a race. Lots of windows etc still to install. Maybe a bigger race
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    Always good to be reminded from where all these great projects start.
    The themeparkguy has also got some great images going way back before even demolition started

    https://youtu.be/zuH8CTIUgYY
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    Interesting view of substation and restroom buildings. Love the gargoyles. It's all getting there.
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    The buildings are only one part of the equation to complete. A significant effort is required to complete the landscaping and paving. This requires integration of electrical power systems, low voltage such as AV, irrigation, lighting, graphics, signage and way finding. This part is generally at the limit. Ticketing and entrance systems can also cause a blip and not to mention the occupancy permit.
    But the management team are experienced and one can expect that these home stretch activities are carefully integrated in the project time frame.
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    I cant address 1,2,3 but item No. 4 is absolutely incorrect. More research should be done before making statements like this
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    I would try the Cube Hotel in Chuansha which is to the north of the park. Lots of taxis available there and its located within a small city with some interesting sights. Rooms are pretty good comparable to international though service can have its moments



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    This earlier Google image may offer some explanations. The large building to the east of the road is intended for private/public use. It is not Disney. The image show the 10 floor building well under construction. The image shows the commencement of a major daiphragm wall system used often in underground parking structures . You can also see two passages connecting the parking and the building. These could be pedestrian or vehicular passages.
    Above the parking there is probably a type of development with services, some low rises office and cafes. The transport hub buildings are just to the west and looks like some covered structures there in recent photos. All supposition in any case.
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    Shanghai Disney metro Line




    Two more images showing two stations and where the metro transitions form being an overhead line to an underground line.
    I imagine there will be a shuttle from Metro to Premium Outlets.
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    Perhaps the attached image from Google Earth can clarify the location of the Shanghai Village. I may be mistaken and perhaps there is another development but this is the one that I am familiar with.
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    Maybe the unlimited budget did not extend into the area of design despite the fact that well known designers were involved
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