River Landing’s eastern tower appears to have topped off, with a tree visible at the top yesterday.
Two residential towers now rise 23 and 25 stories high. They will be ready for occupancy in early 2020, along with the rest of the $424.8 million project.
Initially, the project was proposed to include:
382,030 square feet of retail
39,900 square feet of restaurant (including a restaurant row along the river)
2,200 parking spaces
Riverwalk open 24/7
In January, the developers announced they were increasing the height of the retail structure from five to seven stories in order to build office space. The top three levels of the retail building will now be offices, totaling 135,000 square feet of office space.
TJ Maxx, Ross Dress for Less, Publix, Burlington Stores, Chase Bank, GNC, AT&T, and Hobby Lobby are signed on as tenants for the retail space.