River Bend is a response to multi-level market demand for recreational second homes, urban living and affordable housing. Capitalizing on its unique placement at the mouth of the Sheboygan River as it spills into Lake Michigan, Dixon developed unique urban living for a variety of income levels in a largely affluent community.
“Tim Dixon is anxious to start work on converting the landmark C. Reiss Coal Co. headquarters into the centerpiece of a $7.2 million condominium and town home project near downtown Sheboygan. ‘It’s the gateway to that entire site,’ he said. ‘It has to be done right. We’re privileged to be the developer to do that.’ ” -Sheboygan Press, September 8th, 2005