It's why I wonder if we might be dealing with a Beijing element--where the government of China played an element in aiding and being a key factor to that of a rail station connected and right next to that of Universal Beijing.It's moving much faster than expected if this land acquisition is tied to a Europe property. You don't just buy nearly $300M worth of land in an early stage, we might be seeing government approvals soon if this were the case.
Assuming if similar factors are being applied; then having a property large enough to sustain a rail station connection could allow for easier means of tourism generation to get people to the property.
As for land size, I think if we are considering the risks that are being potentially at place; then a 80-95 acre park does not seem inheritably far fetched. Not to use all of that at the start, but having it be more on par in land size to that of a USF; even if the format is more similar to Osaka or Singapore.