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Port Disney, Long Beach, California : Preliminary Master Plan : Executive Report


Long Beach (Calif.); Walt Disney Company; Amusement parks; Seaside resorts; Marinas; Stores, retail; Real estate development; Business planning; Tourism


The Walt Disney Company has focused its theme park and resort development talents on a unique oceanfront site in Long Beach, California to create a waterfront destination resort called "Port Disney". Port Disney draws upon the rich waterfront heritage of the City of Long Beach while laying a cornerstone for a new vision for the City. Gathered together at Port Disney are a variety of ocean-oriented uses providing recreation and enjoyment for residents from Southern California and visitors from around the world. The Preliminary Master Plan, includes: DisneySea, Five New Resort Hotels, Specialty Retail and Entertainment, A Water Plan, 400 New Marina Slips, A Multi-Modal Internal Circulation Plan, A Well Conceived Transportation Plan, and Enhanced Public Access and Open Space.


Walt Disney Company

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Copyright: University of Central Florida Special Collections. Permission to publish must be obtained from Special Collections in writing. Contact (407) 823-2576 or online at http://library.ucf.edu/about/departments/special-collections-university-archives/

Number of Pages

31 pages


Long Beach (Calif.); Walt Disney Company; Port Disney; DisneySea; Cruise ship ports, Marinas; Retail; Transportation; Theme parks; Seaside resorts; Development plans; Tourism


Long Beach (Calif.)

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Electronically reproduced by the Digital Services unit of the University of Central Florida Libraries, Orlando, 2005.

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http://library.ucf.edu/specialcollections/Collections/ManuscriptsPrice.php (University of Central Florida Special Collections Harrison "Buzz" Price Papers finding aid); http://ucf.catalog.fcla.edu/permalink.jsp?29CF033206285 (University of Central Florida Libraries Online Catalog)


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