Disney’s ‘Flamingo Crossings’ Names New Mystery Occupant

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With the big to-do that is the Downtown Disney-to-Disney Springs makeover, it’s probably easy to forget DTD’s sparser little sibling, Flamingo Crossings. Announced in 2007, with a small website erected in 2009 to hopefully garner interest from businesses, the promised ‘fun-filled, value-oriented, themed tourist district being developed directly outside the western gateway to Walt Disney World Resort’ has done little since to fulfill those promises. The last big news came in October of 2011, when Disney laid down some of the legal groundwork for tenancy as well as announced its agreement with Walgreens.

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Disney’s Flamingo Crossings Gets First Occupant, Files Trademark Applications

Located just a couple of miles outside of the Walt Disney World gates, news on Disney’s planned shopping, dining and hotel district community known as ‘Flamingo Crossings’ has remained sparse and eerily quiet. Much of that changed a couple of months ago, however, when news of an association with Walgreens was discovered. In addition to the agreement between Walgreens and Flamingo Crossings, LLC, we thought it would be worth it to take a few moments to take a look at some of the activity that’s been taken place over the past couple of months.

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