Discussion in 'SeaWorld Orlando' started by Brian G., Nov 9, 2015.
I mean. Tokyo Disneyland started out as a licensing deal. Same with the Universal Park.
This is an interesting development and could be interesting for Universal's future plans as well...
Lockheed Martin buys property from SeaWorld Orlando as reports surface about new missile - Orlando Sentinel
I'm thinking if Lockheed is buying land from SeaWorld, they may be even more interested in land that actually adjoins their existing campus. With all the available space right over in the Southpark Center (just over on John Young Parkway) it's surprising they would purchase something from SeaWorld which is just as far if not further.
I'm guessing they bought some of the land off Westwood where SeaWorld had been storing things. I noticed a few weeks ago they cleared the stuff that was in there out, so I guess this could be the parcel sold off.
If Lockheed is looking to expand, they always could make an offer that Universal can't refuse for some of those parcels around the new property.
From the sounds of the article, Lockheed is out of room and needing to expand
Sounds like Universal bought those properties in the nick of time.
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