El Economista Mexicano has a report detailing the financial and economic impact of Disney’s investment in the Disney Springs Resort.
In the process, it sheds light on what the company might be looking to do in the future to boost its growth and growth opportunities.
The report notes that Disney recently announced that it’s bringing its theme park portfolio up to 12 attractions into production in 2018, which is a huge step for a company with a total revenue of $4.3 billion last year.
According to the report, Disney also plans to bring back “satellite park” features that it has not been able to get into production since 2009.
The report also reveals that Disney is planning to bring its “Spirited Away” experience to the theme park.
This is a new Disney attraction that will take the place of a previously canceled attraction.
The company is also bringing back “Dumbo” and “Cinderella,” which were previously announced for “The Jungle Book.”
The expansion will include adding another three attractions at the resort in 2019 and 2021, and also adding a new theme park attraction, “Star Wars: The Force Awakens,” to Disney’s Star Wars World.
In total, Disney is going to build and open six theme parks and six Star Wars parks by 2021.
The expansion of the resort also includes a new resort town and an expansion of Disneyland Resort, which will bring a new version of the Disneyland Railroad into operation.
Disney also announced plans to add two more theme parks, “Aladdin” and the “Café Racers” attraction, to the Disneyland Resort.