Well, they claim the land development part (real estate) comes after the "play" part, which means the Watershed development. But that still has 2-4 years of approval process.
I think they've tucked the bike park improvements into this plan, so they can say that the plan has life earlier. I think the Creekside expansion (at a moderate pace) was already in the works, but it's being packaged with "Renaissance" to give it some early wins and gain support.
Regardless, I agree with Yellowdog in regard to the reduction of solid intermediate and advanced trails that cater to the masses…. especially single track trails and more technical or upper-mid jump trails. I think we all watch the videos and W/B knows the selling potential of them, but really only a smaller percentage of total riders can hit the huge stuff and some groms are perhaps being pushed into this kind of terrain before their are truly capable to handle the "oh sh!t" moments, as the other trails are too easy. There is a real void in the upper middle, which is where the majority of bike park customers reside. So they just hit A-Line and Karate Monkey all day.