Uniland Development has presented a revised version of its proposed Wonder Falls waterpark and hotel complex to Niagara Falls City Council.
The $150m development is set to include a 14-story hotel tower and a massive enclosed waterpark.
According to Senior Development Manager, Kellena Kane, Uniland’s waterpark concept features a wide range of pools and attractions in a bid to capture as much of the market as possible. It has been designed to target all age groups including families and adult-only groups.
A key benefit is the year-round appeal of Wonder Falls. Mayor, Paul Dyster, said it offered major tourism benefits in a city that currently offers visitors few options when the weather is cold or when it’s raining.
A funding package is yet to be finalised. Once design and funding is in place, construction is expected to take two years.
Earlier this month American Niagara Hospitality proposed a plan to build a $20 million Daredevil themed waterpark and $50 million, 200 room hotel in downtown Niagara Falls.
Image courtesy Uniland Development Co.