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Updated: 07/15/2017 02:32:01PM

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The developer proposing a Murdock Village entertainment district, anchored by a towering water park, includes team members also involved in creating Universal’s Volcano Bay, which opened in May. The state-of-the-art water park in Orlando features a 200-foot-tall volcano that has waterfalls during the day and lava flows at night, as well as waterproof wristbands that make cashless payments and replace the need for locker keys.

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The developer proposing a Murdock Village entertainment district, anchored by a towering water park, includes team members also involved in creating Universal’s Volcano Bay, which opened in May. The state-of-the-art water park in Orlando features a 200-foot-tall volcano that has waterfalls during the day and lava flows at night, as well as waterproof wristbands that make cashless payments and replace the need for locker keys.

By GARY ROBERTS

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It may have taken more than a decade of delay, disappointment and tax dollars, but Murdock Village is beginning to fulfill its promise.

Following a deal struck last year to build a major residential development on half of the long-dormant site, now comes word of a proposed $132 million entertainment district, complete with a large-scale water park, several hotels and other amenities.

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