The dream of having a theme park in the heart of a major metropolitan area may not be a dream at all, according to a report.
In fact, a study commissioned by the amusement park industry found that it is unrealistic for Disneyland to open in the U.S. within the next decade.
The study, conducted by the firm Global Strategy and Partners, found that the Disney theme park could open in 2021 and that the company’s current production facilities would be too small to accommodate the new parks.
“The Disneyland park could be a viable option,” the report reads, “but it is not financially viable at this time.”
According to the report, the Disneyland theme park is currently being built in China with a production capacity of about 150,000 workers.
The park will be located in a former railroad depot on the outskirts of Shanghai, where it will open in 2020.
The site is currently owned by the Shanghai National Development and Development Corporation (SNDC), which is responsible for the construction of all other amusement parks.
The Disneyland theme parks would be built on land owned by SNDC.
The SNDC currently owns a large portion of land near Disneyland that is slated for development.
Disneyland will have the largest production facility in the world when it opens, but that capacity could only be maintained if a large number of workers were brought to Shanghai.
In a statement, Disneyland said, “It is important to note that our current workforce is comprised of people who will be working at our theme park, but they will not be employed at our Shanghai park.
These workers will be employed as park guests, with a number of opportunities for employment, including park management and logistics staff.”
Disneyland’s Shanghai theme park will feature two different rides: an indoor and outdoor roller coaster, and a ride called the Dragonfly.
The Dragonfly will allow guests to experience an indoor roller coaster in a virtual world.
However, the park will not have a water ride or water play area.
The ride is being developed as part of the Shanghai Disneyland theme, but it is still not fully operational yet.
A new Disney theme is also being developed in Shanghai that will be open in 2019.
Disney’s Shanghai is the second theme park built by Disney after it purchased the property for $1.5 billion in 2006.
The company said the new Shanghai park will offer guests a new take on classic rides like Pirates of the Caribbean, The Lion King, The Haunted Mansion, and Pinocchio.
In 2016, Disney purchased the land from SNDC, which is the government-owned company that owns most of the land in Shanghai.