New DVC Tower Inches Closer to Opening Day at Disney’s Polynesian Resort
It’s a beautiful day in Walt Disney World, with changes abound at Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort. Construction crews are hard at work as the resort’s new DVC tower inches ever closer to opening day.
Since then, we’ve seen the building go vertical and witnessed the day-by-day progression of the project.
This week, our team stopped by for a closer look at the newest developments. Let’s check it out!
More Paint on Polynesian’s New DVC Tower
There’s still a lot of work to be done on the new tower, and it may seem that the building is only inching toward completion. But in truth, this new building is going up fast.
Windows and sliding glass doors are already installed, and decorative roofing has been installed along the roofline.
Meanwhile, the building began its first round of paint early this year. Now, the new paint extends along the second wing of the building.
In warm shades of cream, tan, and brown, the new paint will help the tower blend in with the earthy aesthetic of Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort.
When Will the New Tower Open?
Disney expects the new tower to open in late 2024, and at the project’s current pace, that seems like a reasonable expectation. According to Disney, the new building (which will join the existing condo association) will include new amenities including pools and dining locations.
However, eager fans are wondering when DVC contracts for the new rooms will be available for purchase.
With DVC still selling contracts for Disney’s Riviera Resort and The Villas at Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort & Spa, prospective buyers may need to pack their patience as Disney attempts to limit unsold DVC inventory.
Stay tuned to MickeyBlog for all the latest on the new tower at Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort!