We have a look at some new concept art that we haven’t shared before for the new Disney College Program housing being built at Flamingo Crossings Village. Of course, it’s a tough time for the thousands of College Program Cast Members who were out of a job when Disney suddenly and unexpectedly cut their program short and told them to move out in just days due to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. That said, Disney seems to be moving along with the new housing project as scheduled.
Before we jump into the concept art, here’s a look at the site plan for the housing project, which is slated to open this year.
As a reminder, this is slated to be the largest workforce housing in the country when it’s completed, clocking in at over 10,000 beds. We’ll have more on the in-room accomodations in a bit, but let’s jump into the concept art released for the massive project.
When it’s fully completed in 2023, there will be two 25,000 square foot community centers, surface parking for over 5,200 cars and many resort-style amenities. Let’s jump in to the concept art!
Here’s a look at the first phase pool area that should be completed this summer.
A breezeway will run through the community center.
We’ve already seen a peek at the breezeway and community center in one of our previous construction updates.
Inside the community center, there will be gaming areas and 24-hour fitness areas as well.
While we’ll cover the actual housing later, here’s a look at the apartment-style dorm structures.
As you can see in the site plan below, there will be a western housing project coming in the upcoming years that hasn’t really gone vertical just yet.
Here’s a look at some concept art of an overlook at the community center of the pool area.
Overall, the campus looks like it’ll be really nice for Disney College Program participants when they move in later this year.
As always, keep checking back with us here at BlogMickey.com for the latest Disney Parks news and photos. We’ll continue to bring you news and photos, where possible, through the Disney Parks closure due to Coronavirus (COVID-19) and will resume our normal coverage once the parks reopen to guests, whenever that may be!