Tuesday, October 19, 2010
Pleasure Island Construction
Two years after Walt Disney World turned out the lights at the nightclubs of Pleasure Island, there are signs of life for the near-forgotten
entertainment district.

Disney this week filed a pair of permits signaling the start of new construction at Pleasure Island, a once-popular dining-and-dancing spot that
has since become little more than a cut-through between the two retail ends of Downtown Disney. The permits suggest that at least two old
Pleasure Island venues — BET Soundstage and Adventurers Club — will be razed completely.

Disney declined to discuss the Pleasure Island work in any detail Tuesday morning. Spokeswoman Zoraya Suarez described it as "general
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