More tenants announced for the new Town Center at Flamingo Crossings

Dec 14, 2020 in "Flamingo Crossings"

Flamingo Crossings Hotel construction - November 2020
Posted: Monday December 14, 2020 4:45pm ET by WDWMAGIC Staff

A report in the Orlando Business Journal names new tenants for the upcoming Town Center at Flamingo Crossings - Disney's value retail and lodging development just outside the western edge of Walt Disney World.

Joining Walgreens and Target will be PDQ, Five Guys, Ben & Jerry's, Dunkin', Wendy's, Five Below, Domino's, Ellie Lou's Brews & BBQ, Firehouse Subs, Persimmon Hollow Brewing Co., Pieology Pizzeria, Gyu-Kaku Japanese BBQ and a UPS Store.

Located just off State Road 429 and near to the Western Way entrance to Walt Disney World, Disney rebooted its 10 year old Flamingo Crossing development last year, with an announcement of new plans to bring 29 retail and restaurant buildings across 45 acres, to be developed in three phases.

Five additional value hotels will ultimately be built, including other Marriott and Hilton properties. The first two hotels by Marriott at Flamingo Crossing opened in 2016, and are the only businesses currently operating in Flamingo Crossing.

 

 

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JoesixtoeMay 31, 2021

Right me too.. I was like wha which waaayy?? 👈 ok.

mgfMay 31, 2021

It caused a minor panic as I was driving in to stay at the Townplace with small kids in the car who were not going to be visiting Disney this trip. It was late. I was tired. I was convinced I was about to pop out at the MK resorts for a second lol.

JoesixtoeMay 31, 2021

Sounds like a good plan. I hope you have a great time :)

DCBakerMay 28, 2021

tentaguasuMay 28, 2021

That sounds great. I won't be travelling until the end of the year. (I'm making reservations early because I'm expecting a flood of travel and increased costs as Covid rates go down.) By then... who knows about fastpass!

JoesixtoeMay 28, 2021

When are you coming down? If it's soon, then I doubt fastpass will be available. With saying that Homewood suites was Homewood was modern, clean and the line of hotels there I think have a nice cohesive design to them. The pool is nice, and the breakfast was decent. The area isn't very busy, but the hotels are. However you will at times here your upstairs neighbors a bit, not their voice but sometimes footsteps and the chairs screeching across the floor. I've never stayed at the Doubletree. I will say if your coming down soon, I doubt fastpass will be here

DCBakerMay 26, 2021

Fairfield Inn & Suites opening in July - https://www.marriott.com/hotels/travel/mcofr-fairfield-inn-and-suites-orlando-at-flamingo-crossings-town-center/

MattMMay 26, 2021

That is your preference, which is fine. But its still true that the other one is closer to most actual residential areas.

MattMMay 26, 2021

But you've got another one right up the road at Fowler Grove right?

castlecake2.0May 26, 2021

True, and for the most part it’s pretty hidden

drnilescraneMay 26, 2021

Probably will look just like Carribean Beach, which has the exact same issue with the backside of Bonnet Creek resort

DznyGrlSDMay 26, 2021

Yeah those sight-lines are going to get ruined

castlecake2.0May 26, 2021

Curious to see what they’ll do, hopefully more than nothing like the backside of rat

lazyboy97oMay 26, 2021

Afford it? Sure. But they make the people staying at Caribbean Beach look at the Riviera so I don’t think they care about sight lines from the hotels.