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That $309 Million Orlando Ski Complex Isn't Happening After All

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The plan to build a 14-story ski and snowboard mountain in Orlando has been put on hold, according to the Orlando Sentinel. When the project was first announced, it was pointed out that the developer, Xero Gravity, didn't yet own the 75 acres it was planning to build on, and that proved prescient as the land deal recently fell through. The project, initially billed at $309 million, had been revised down to between $250 million and $275 million, but that's all up in the air again as the developer searches for a new site.

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