Midwest Construction Services Missouri
This Planned multi-million dollar development will transform a portion of the riverfront along the Missouri River banks into a destination for visitors and locals. Courtesy boat docks will allow the boater to come to eat at the new "Drifters" Restaurant and frequent other businesses located within the development. The 2nd floor of the restaurant, called the "The Observatory" will accommodate 340 people for meetings, banquets and party events. Drifters and The Observatory are part of the planned Phase I of the development with a Fall 2013 start date.
The Riverwalk Marina will also be part of the Phase I construction and will include wet slips for rent and a fueling dock to gas up your watercraft. The Marina wall will be constructed using vertical sheet piling with an engineered concrete dead-man system surrounding the walls. The docks will be made of floating concrete which provides a stable and modern approach to marina construction.
What makes Riverwalk Landing unique is that it is the only dry dock facility in the state with a list of services from cleaning, to stocking, to docking your boat. As part of the Marina Operations facility we will be offering the Captain's Port Convenience Store for your boating and recreation supplies. The friendly staff at Riverwalk Landing will make your boating maintenance free by prepping and docking your boat so you just hop on and hit the river. And, after a long day on the river, drop off your boat and let our staff clean it up and put it inside the secure dry dock.
Future phases of the development include up to 20, 000 sq. ft. of commercial space which will be on ground level of two buildings. The owners will provide a design/build service to customize the commercial space to the business needs. If you have a business that is seeking space, please contact us to discuss your space needs.
Upper floor levels, above the commercial space, will provide residential condominiums for the added benefit of the area. The residential component will bring a convenient consumer to the entire Teton Island development and so Riverwalk Landing will benefit all businesses in the area.
Extended stay rental units are also a part of the future construction plans, providing a full package for recreational visitors. Riverwalk Landing extended stay units will be ideal for the hunting, fishing and family groups looking for the amenities of kitchenettes for their stay.
Already located within Riverwalk Landing is Maverick's Recreational Equipment Rentals, owned and operated by Ken and Kellie Weinheimer. See their wide assortment of land and water recreational equipment at their store or online at
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