Big changes coming to a new + improved Ditto Landing

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A $10 million plan will add some new amenities to Ditto Landing. (Lacey Spear / Hville Blast)

Ditto Landing is a popular attraction in Madison County, sitting along the Tennessee River and attracting outdoors enthusiasts, picnickers, walkers and more.

Well, the spot is about to undergo a major revamping, with a $10 million budget. Here’s the latest:

The new Ditto Landing

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Plans for a music venue, banquet hall and more are included in the revamped version of Ditto Landing. (Ditto Landing)

So, what’s going to be included in the new version of Ditto Landing?

The project aims to convert a 2.5-acre space into a unique event destination with a range of amenities and venues for visitors. New features will include:

  • Interior Space: 31,000 +/- SF
  • Exterior Amenity Space: 16,000 +/- SF
  • Exterior Plaza: 12,000 +/- SF
  • Standing Room for Outdoor Events: 1,700
  • Commercial New Construction: 13,800 SF
  • Shell Space #1: First Floor – 2684 SF, Second Floor – 613 SF
  • Shell Space #2: First Floor – 4097 SF, Second Floor – 3869 SF
  • Private Dining Room: 1,076 SF
  • Private Dining and Overlook: 1,473 SF
  • Exterior VIP Deck: 4,300 SF
  • Event Center Venue (Renovation of Existing Building): 17,721 SF of conditioned space, including kitchen, restrooms, and common areas
  • Event Floor: 9,465 SF
  • Venue Capacity: Up to 600 occupants for a banquet event with tables and chairs, 1,000 occupants for a seated concert or conference, or up to 1,500 occupants for a standing-only event.

More on Ditto Landing

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Some new and exciting changes are coming to Ditto Landing. (Madison County Commission)

Madison County Commissioner Phil Riddick has spearheaded this project and said the renovations will attract more visitors to the area and serve as a “legacy project.”

“We are excited to introduce this ambitious project, a transformative initiative aimed at revitalizing an existing 2.5-acre space into a vibrant outdoor destination.” 

Phil Riddick, Madison County Commissioner

Construction on the project is set to begin in spring of 2024 and completion is expected by winter of 2025.

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Michael Seale
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