Uniland Development Co. will alter the design of its proposed Wonder Falls project in downtown Niagara Falls to make portions more accessible to pedestrians and avoid shadows falling on the indoor water park at the center of the development.
The Amherst company recently announced the new design for its project in the undeveloped portion of the former Rainbow Centre Mall at Niagara Street and Rainbow Boulevard. The Niagara County Community College Culinary Institute occupies the remainder of the building.
Uniland was chosen by USA Niagara, a state agency, to create the project. Besides the water park, the plan includes a hotel tower, which is being moved to the north side of the site to avoid shadows falling on the water park. Ground-level restaurants and retail space will be wrapped around the outside of the glass-enclosed complex.