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  • #21
    OP you left out the green shade north above Mikey And Friends parking garage. The entire flat parking lot above the parking structure with some building is also own by Disney.

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    • #22
      Originally posted by DLR92 View Post
      OP you left out the green shade north above Mikey And Friends parking garage. The entire flat parking lot above the parking structure with some building is also own by Disney.
      Thanks, I wasn't positive how much of the NW end of the property was theirs since I know there are some parts that aren't.
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      • #23
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ID:	8635455 Kind of off-topic, but here's the plan for what they were going to do. The grey area must be the USCIS, which is now included?
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        2012-2015 Era DCA rides/attractions we went on regularly:
        Soarin' Over California
        Twilight Zone Tower of Terror
        Radiator Springs Racers
        Grizzly River Run
        California Screamin'
        Aladdin-A Musical Spectacular

        2019 Era-Present DCA rides/attractions we go on regularly:
        Grizzly River Run
        Radiator Springs Racers
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        • #24
          The only land Disney not own in it Disneyland resort is the Paradise Pier Hotel lot. They only own the hotel. But not the land it sit on. It own by a person who get certain royalty of Paradise Pier Hotel earning.

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          • #25
            Originally posted by mickeyfan42 View Post

            yes, that is the site of the proposed Eastern Gateway, which, iirc would have completely eliminated all crosswalk traffic allowing vehicular traffic to flow significantly better. And yes, it was the McDonalds and IHOP and other restaurants that pitched a fit. I don't know why the hotels would have been against it though because why would they lose business if all guests have to do is walk to the back of their property to be "in Disney"? Also, I don't have sympathy for giant corporate chains that might lose 1-5% in sales from the proposed project which Disney wants back on the table (based on the Disneyland Forward website). Now if there are independent small businesses over there, that is a different equation. But I honestly don't think they'd lose much traffic as all guests will be seeing what is there when crossing the bridge and it might entice them (after this many trips I never even noticed the IHOP until they complained about the project, and now I won't go there out of principle, same for the McDonalds because I would have rather seen the Eastern Gateway get build before we got Pixar Pals
            IIRC, Disney was going to forbid all of those businesses any access from the rear/east sides of their respective properties. Guests would have had to walk south on Harbor, then east on Katella. Then north on the new Disney path to proposed new check point, then finally west across Harbor over the sky bridge.

            I remember the reason being security and liabilities. But many of us suspect it was to protect the Disney bubble.

            I also remember some issue of not having direct access to the sky bridge from Harbor (as seen on the Vegas Strip in some areas).

            Personally, I've walked much further from the south and those properties are still so close to the resort that they can still use their location as a selling point.
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            • #26
              Originally posted by DLR92 View Post
              The only land Disney not own in it Disneyland resort is the Paradise Pier Hotel lot. They only own the hotel. But not the land it sit on. It own by a person who get certain royalty of Paradise Pier Hotel earning.
              This can't be true based on the plans they have put out for Disney Forward. What is your source on this?
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              • #27
                I just saw a video were the city for cheaper than its worth tried to sell Disney the Garden Walk...if true what a stupid move by Disney not to buy it...the idiot who said no to that should be fired
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                • #28
                  Originally posted by mickdaddy View Post

                  This can't be true based on the plans they have put out for Disney Forward. What is your source on this?
                  Based on wdw member investigations. This record shows exactly proof from city records.


                  and I might be the only one who happy Disney never got a hold of Garden Walk. lol

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                  • #29
                    Originally posted by DLR92 View Post

                    Based on wdw member investigations. This record shows exactly proof from city records.


                    and I might be the only one who happy Disney never got a hold of Garden Walk. lol
                    That would prove another company owned the hotel which would make sense as it was previously a non-Disney hotel. however that invoice has nothing to do with the land surrounding the hotel.
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                    • #30
                      I thought Disney owned the land AND the paradise pier hotel.

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                      • #31
                        Originally posted by JayRomy View Post

                        IIRC, Disney was going to forbid all of those businesses any access from the rear/east sides of their respective properties. Guests would have had to walk south on Harbor, then east on Katella. Then north on the new Disney path to proposed new check point, then finally west across Harbor over the sky bridge.

                        I remember the reason being security and liabilities. But many of us suspect it was to protect the Disney bubble.

                        I also remember some issue of not having direct access to the sky bridge from Harbor (as seen on the Vegas Strip in some areas).

                        Personally, I've walked much further from the south and those properties are still so close to the resort that they can still use their location as a selling point.
                        Same, When I got on a solo trip I typically stay at the Days in between Toy Story lot and Target, and due to how early I like to get to the parks (I like to be in the park by rope drop) I'll usually end up either walking it or taking a lyft (depending on if I'm cutting it close for a breakfast reservation). It isn't far at all, but I always notice how many more people are walking as you start getting closer and closer.
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                        • #32
                          Originally posted by brianpinsky View Post
                          Here is all the property that I know about. I would love to know of more property including those in Cerritos

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                          The stuff on Cerritos is new Company D, and old Company D/warehouse

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                          • #33
                            To answer to answer the main question. Disney owns more land than people know or think.

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                            • #34
                              Originally posted by CM.X777 View Post
                              To answer to answer the main question. Disney owns more land than people know or think.
                              I've always assumed this, but when the topic comes up, a few select MCers basically tell me to put on a foil hat (and so I usually just drop it).

                              As for the comments days ago in this thread re: PPH and the land it sits on... It's the first time I've ever heard that DLR doesn't fully own it. And I've seen no proof that they don't.
                              As part of a Public Service Announcement...
                              Guardians Of The Galaxy
                              Mission: Breakout
                              ...is abbreviated like this
                              GOTG M:B
                              The colon is placed after the "M", not before it.
                              That is all. 😉

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