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Universal Orlando Reportedly Finalizes Purchase of 450 Acres

It didn’t take long. According to the Orlando Sentinel, a company affiliated with Universal Orlando has finalized the purchase to more than 450 acres near their existing property on International Drive.

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This property is already zoned for residential units, hotel rooms and yes, even additional attraction space including theme parks. Tom Schroder, Universal’s media spokesman in Orlando, said the company would not be commenting in response to questions Wednesday. Universal has yet to comment on their interest in the purchase of the property.

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