The unnamed resort will sit between Wilderness Lodge and the campground.
The endangered species was bred as part of a conservation effort.
The park earlier threatened to cancel the project as its initial payment for the ride was due.
The park was sold to a neighboring landscaping company.
The resort released renderings of the exterior and lobby of the new structure, which is currently under construction.
The first payment to the manufacturer is due and the board governing their lease has not yet approved.
The changes come as they change ticket and pass pricing, as well as add parking to resort fees.
New and re-themed attractions will fill this new area of the park.
The complaints allege that Walt Disney World is not complying to ADA because it doesn't allow instant access to rides.
The new dueling figure-eight roller coaster will open in 2019.
The park will be leased from the Rockford park district.
The former Happy Harbor is home to the rethemed Sesame Street attractions.
Safety officers and an engineer are claiming "significant psychological injuries."
The park will invest $150 million over the next two years.
The company has not yet released full results.
The company confirmed that the slide came from inside the company.
The Dueling Dragons replacement is expected to open in 2019.
The new ride will be 1,280 feet long.
The $37,000 fine was issued when the worker was struck while oiling the ride.
Some structures, including the observation tower, are still present at the former park.
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