Davenport city leaders are taking another step forward with the new Dock project, agreeing Wednesday to move the land lease and parking agreement forward to the full council.
The plan calls for a three-story building with a terrace designed for year-round use. It would also include restaurant and office space. And while some were concerned that Levee Commissioners did not approve the plan at a special meeting Tuesday, aldermen are still set to vote next week on the agreements. Although much of the meeting centered on the project itself.
Alderman Jason Gordon, telling the crowd in chambers, "Again, we're gaining green space by losing the casino.
And so that will become a whole new area that will be open façade area with all kinds of opportunities to view and enjoy the river."
The agreements are on the consent agenda. So unless someone pulls them off, they should go through without any discussion.