Golden Oak

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Golden Oak is a community of new homes located at the north end of Disney property. The entrance is off of Vista Boulevard (just east of the Fort Wilderness Campground). The 980-acre community (when finished) will feature the world's largest Four Seasons Resort (444 guest rooms) surrounded by approximately 450 single-family luxury homes. Connecting the various neighborhoods and the hotel will be recreational pathways, footbridges, parks, and gardens, all surrounded by undisturbed natural forest. The master-plan was developed by Walt Disney Imagineering. Although Disney will maintain the day-to-day operation of the community, the land was de-annexed from Reedy Creek and residents will be part of Orange County. Homes and lots are purchased with full ownership. Prices range from $1.5 million to $8 million.

Big Help for Hunger Relief Gets Underway

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LAKE BUENA VISTA, Fla., May 30, 2012 – Disney executives were among a group of community leaders who helped Second Harvest Food Bank break ground on a new $15 million facility that will provide hunger relief for thousands of Central Floridians in need. On May 30, the construction of the 100,000-square-foot distribution center got under … Continue reading "Big Help for Hunger Relief Gets Underway"
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More on the D23 Program

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As you may have already read, on Tuesday, The Walt Disney Company launched D23, billed as “the first official community for Disney fans in the company’s 85-year history.” According to the official press release, D23 will provide fans with the opportunity to “go backstage and behind closed doors to get the inside scoop from every … Continue reading "More on the D23 Program"
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