The Center Street refurbishment has been completed at Magic Kingdom. All barriers have been taken down, and the entire road is accessible to guests.
The work has been ongoing since mid-May. The brick pavers and curbs were all torn away and replaced during that time.
The street partially reopened earlier this month, and tables were set back out. Now, the front section of the street has been finished.
Center Street is a small path off Main Street, U.S.A., and home to Crystal Arts. It’s technically East Center Street, as there used to be a West Center Street across the road. It was lost to an expansion of the Emporium in 2001.
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