While the official opening date for Skyplex has been pushed back to 2020 (due to ongoing permitting), several additional attractions have been announced for the entertainment center.
The news we’ve been waiting for ever since SKYPLEX Orlando was announced two years ago has finally arrived: Today, the complex was officially approved by the Orange County Commissioning Board.
Last year, when David and Joshua Wallack announced their plans to build SKYPLEX Orlando, a $300 million entertainment complex featuring the world’s tallest roller coaster, they probably weren’t expecting this abrupt refusal from the local commissioning board.
Last year, father and son businessmen David and Joshua Wallack announced their plans to build a $300 million SKYPLEX entertainment complex in Orlando, Florida. The main highlight of the complex was a 570 foot-tall Polercoaster dubbed Skyscraper, which will easily become the world’s tallest roller coaster when it opens in 2018.