A new Marvel Superhero Land is coming to Disney California Adventure at Disneyland Resort in Anaheim, Calif. The first phase of the new land is expected to open in the second half of 2020. The phase 1 Marvel expansion is expected to cost more than $14 million to construct.

Between its new Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge land, Pixar Pier and hotel renovations, there's no doubt that Disneyland has been busy building lately. But what's it all costing? Since this time last year, Disney has been issued over $202.6 million in construction permits for its ten most expensive builds, BuildZoom reported.

Disney has halted construction plans for its latest hotel, which was set to be built at Downtown Disney in Anaheim, Calif. Although construction was scheduled to begin in July 2018, plans for the hotel have been put on an indefinite hold after Disney and the city could not come to agreement on development terms, NBC reported.

Construction is well underway at the Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge lands in both Disneyland and Disney World. Newly released flyover video footage of the 14-acre construction site in Disneyland shows an up-close look at the progress that crews have made on the site so far, including towers, mountains and other facilities that will eventually depict the fictitious planet of Bantuu, Curbed reported.

Construction is starting at Paradise Pier in Disney California Adventure, which will soon be transformed into Pixar Pier this summer. Attractions including California Screamin', Mickey's Fun Wheel, the Games of the Boardwalk, Sideshow Shirts, Ariel's Grotto and the Cove Bar will all be closed for the duration of the work, Laughing Place reported.

Construction is well under way at the new Star Wars attraction in Disneyland. Nearmap, an industry provider of high-resolution aerial imagery, recently released a series of photos featuring the Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge construction site. The latest addition to the Anaheim, Calif., park is expected to open sometime in 2019.

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ORLANDO, Fla. (AP) — Disney has released new details and visuals on the gondolas that will connect some of its theme parks and hotels at Disney World. The Orlando Sentinel reported information on the gondola system, called the Disney Skyliner, was released on the Disney parks blog.

With highly anticipated new attractions coming to Disney World in the next several years, a historically high volume of road construction is taking place to get the parks ready. Reedy Creek Improvement District — the Disney-controlled taxing district that provides government services to the resort — is in the midst of nearly $800 million worth of road-construction projects that began in 2013 and continues through 2020.

Star Wars fans will be excited to hear that construction is well underway at Disneyland's new Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge feature in Anaheim, Calif., Lake Forest Patch reported. Crews erected a 130-ft. star-shaped steel spire with a crane the week of Aug.

The holiday season means the force of the crowd is upon Disneyland, so officials decided to help that crowd get around the park more easily by making part of the “Star Wars” land construction zone visible to visitors. For a few days this week, officials opened a temporary pathway in Frontierland, along what used to be called the Big Thunder Trail.