The WDW Magic website has two pieces of Hyperion Wharf concept art that are not displayed on Disney's official website and thus I'm not able to reproduce here. One of them shows the view entering the former Pleasure Island via the #2 Bridge. On the right, Raglan Road. On the left, the former Mannequins. Not only has the building been significantly renovated to look like a warehouse, but the sign prominently features the name and logo of Silk Road, a Las Vegas restaurant famous for $20 breakfasts. Have to assume that this is actually coming if they're using their logo. Makes you wonder if Zach Divine, the name on the first piece of concept art located in the current Harley Davidson space, is a real name too. Will we be partying at ZD's?The other piece of concept of art there shows the view from the #1 Bridge from Marketplace, but up high, showing how pedestrians will encounter shops if they follow the new pathway behind Raglan and to the left of Portobello. That website also reports that PI will be divided into three neighborhoods from the 1920's. Fulton's Crab House will look like its docked at a ferry terminal, the Mannequins area will be the industrialized warehouse district and the west end near the #3 Bridge to West Side will feel like an amusement pier.
Check it out for yourself at: http://www.wdwmagic.com/Attractions/Hyperion-Wharf/Gallery/18Nov2010-Hyperion-Wharf-concept-art.htm