It’s once again time to check in on the new Disney Vacation Club (DVC) tower that’s being built at Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort. The multi-story DVC tower took shape over the last several months, and now crews have been painting the outside a brownish tan color.
DC Baker captured a great look at how the tower is shaping up along with a look at the new paint.
Structural steel theming has been added to the very top of the new Disney Vacation Club tower. Other work is moving forward just outside the main building on what appears to be steel supports for an awning.
One large section of the DVC tower has already been painted a tan or brown color.
It’s unclear if these are the final colors for the tower, or just preparations for what’s to come. We can compare the picture above to the concept art below, and while we do see a lot of the darker brown color, the tan color (for lack of a better word) looks a bit darker compared to the concept art.
Of course, concept art is always subject to change and Disney might have decided to go with the color we’re seeing now rather than the lighter shade in the art. Or, what we’re seeing now might not be the final product. Time will tell.
No matter what color the Disney Vacation Club tower at Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort ends up looking like, the new tower will forever change the view and aesthetic of the resort.
What do you think of the new DVC tower addition so far?