The RiverCenter is a unique facility to the Quad Cities area, boasting the most contiguous meeting/convention space available in the community. It is attached to the Radisson Quad City Plaza, and the Hotel Blackhawk, both offering meeting space and provides meeting/convention attendees with sleeping rooms.
The RiverCenter is marketed as a 100,000 sq. ft. venue and includes two large exhibit halls, 10 breakout rooms, executive boardroom and the historic art-deco Adler Theatre.
Originally built in 1983, the RiverCenter opened as a state-of-the-art convention center with an open industrial look. The original facility provided approximately 20,500 sq. ft. of flexible meeting space including the Mississippi Hall, Atrium, and six breakout rooms. Ten years later, a feasibility study determined that the RiverCenter could be expanded.
A 49,000 sq. ft. expansion addition known as the south building was completed in the fall of 1993. A skywalk connected the two buildings; it was the first skywalk in Davenport’s history. The expansion continued with the original industrial look and included the Great Hall south which can be divided in half by operable air walls, four breakout meeting rooms, executive board room and Kaiserslaughtern Square Park. Perry Park Green Space, the lawn on 2nd Street was completed in 2002.
For more information, please visit riverctr.com