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Universal's Epic Universe Construction Thread

Nov 7, 2021
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Interesting article here…….I certainly hope this is the direction universal epic universe park will go in once it does open this decade it’s a few years old but it has some pretty good pointers as to where future attractions might be headed and not be all screens or simulators.

 

Alicia

Premium Member
Jul 17, 2014
11,162
Orlando
Pretty sure this is related to the gigantic ride/show mixed use building for Wizarding World land at Epic Universe.


Anyone have guesses on what the F stands for? Fire maybe? P905/B1620F

It's interesting that all of the recent permits filed were for things clumped around the north-east corner of the land. Whether it be backstage related, the hotel's parking garage, and now the ride building for Potter at the very top-right of the park.

 

tommyhawkins

Newcomer
Apr 27, 2021
92
This should be the area in the bio photo. The piping in the photo looks like electric conduit.

Photo removed. But the area appears to be where the Dueling coasters meet the hub.
its the north west corner of HTTYD where the coaster helixes up into the show building south of duelling coasters landscaping is graded up a little bit there into a berm kinda shape , you can see it here:
 

fryoj

Premium Member
May 19, 2013
3,166
its the north west corner of HTTYD where the coaster helixes up into the show building south of duelling coasters landscaping is graded up a little bit there into a berm kinda shape , you can see it here:
I gotcha. Looking at the plans, I was assuming that was a building, but looking at it now, I guess it is a berm. The amount of conduit risers in one spot led me to think it was a service building.
 

Cup_Of_Coffee

Veteran Member
Aug 7, 2018
5,497
I feel their goal is Memorial Day timeframe 2025. Start previews around Spring Break to begin hype, just in time for the summer, no big special holiday events going on so they won’t be really shoehorned in, this just makes sense to me.