Located on the banks of Lake Taneycomo next to historic downtown Branson, Branson Landing is a waterfront development that includes over 100 retail shops and restaurants, condominiums, and a 243-room boutique-style hotel. The Branson Convention Center and Hotel with 293 guestrooms and suites was part of the development on a 22-acre site located west of Branson Landing.
Infrastructure improvements included widening of existing Sycamore Street and installation of updated sanitary and storm water management systems. Storm water management infrastructure improvements were provided to mitigate the impact of this major development. Improvements included the construction of new drainage systems and specially designed water quality features to reduce pollutants into Lake Taneycomo.
Other enhancements in support of Branson Landing and the new convention center and hotel included the expansion of Branson Landing Boulevard into a five-lane thoroughfare that intersects with a tourist railroad and three entrances into the development. Walter P Moore designed the traffic and railroad signals so they interconnect and efficiently move auto and pedestrian traffic. To provide boat access to Branson Landing, a waterfront board walk and bulkhead was designed along the bank of Lake Taneycomo.