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Table Rock Lake resort expanding with $42M hotel

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A decade-old private resort on a Table Rock Lake peninsula is expanding with a $42 million hotel.

D’Monaco is adding a six-story hotel adjacent to its current resort, said Tina Kirby, administrative assistant and marketing coordinator for Miller Engineering PC, which is handling structural engineering for the project.

The resort, which sits at the west end of Long Creek Bridge at 4125 State Highway 86 in Ridgedale, opened in 2007, according to past Springfield Business Journal reporting. At the time, owner Tim Freund hinted at a Phase II for the project that, at its start, comprised 25,000 square feet.

Freund could not be immediately reached this morning for comment.

His TA Freund Developments LLC is serving as general contractor for the hotel expected to be complete in June 2020. Springfield’s Ross Williams Architects designed the new property, according to information provided by Miller Engineering. Great River Engineering Inc. is the civil engineer.

Miller Engineering is utilizing a staggered truss system for the project with basement parking on the Table Rock Lake peninsula, Kirby said. The resort is accessible by car and by boat. A hotel rendering provided by Miller Engineering shows pools fronting Table Rock Lake, playgrounds, a tennis court and boat slips.

D’Monaco originally opened at the site of a commercial structure that was never finished. Freund bought the property out of a bankruptcy proceeding and developed over its foundation, according to SBJ archives.

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