Plans for Universal Orlando's 5th hotel and more have been posted by the Orange County Comptroller's office. (screenshot courtesy Orlando United)
The legal filings run over 200 pages, and don't include a projected opening date, or a name or theme for the new resort. However, we can glean some details from the dense legalese:
Naturally, Universal has made no official statement about these plans. However, this may be part of the expansion to be announced in the coming months that Universal Orlando President Bill Davis hinted at during last week's Diagon Alley media event. We'll bring you more information as it becomes available.
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