Ah right. So there's a 0.1% chance that it could still happen; maybe they're drafting up a new plan on a new site. Thanks @Snoo!Presume. This big of an investment is off the ground at a MINIMUM at the point, two years after announcement. This is dead as a doornail, even without something official.
Why would they announce a project before securing investors, though?They're not, I put money on it. Thats the thing, people announce these types of deals (we've seen this time and again in Orlando and Las Vegas specifically) without investors hoping someone will sign on and pour money into it. As no one took the bait as they analyzed it financially and it made no sense, the project died with a whimper in the footnotes of forums like this. We've seen it before and we'll see it again.
Why would they announce a project before securing investors, though?
P.S. Sorry to drag this topic out for longer than it should be dragged out.
Ah, so they test the waters before appealing to investors. Thanks @Snoo!Because it's too risky to do it yourself and investors may not be willing to throw millions at a project that may not have support both locally and national, especially in the Orlando market. So, to see if they can gain said support, they throw that out as something they're LOOKING to build.. and see if they can grab those investors and may be more. If they can't.. it :emoji_poop:s the bed and we never see it built. If they can, they build it.
Unfortunately for enthusiasts, we see these enough to know it will most likely not work because if you're having to beg for investment, then you're desperate. THAT is why nothing has happened with this site. If they had the money, it would have been built. They didn't, so they begged.
You did it again...
ATI, who has now posted their crap several times in several threads