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River Walk Lofts

April 26th, 2012 | Filed under .

Riverwalk Lofts is located downtown Davenport with scenic views of the Mississippi River and in viewing distance of one of the most beautiful minor league baseball ballparks in America. Riverwalk has controlled access, community room, a balcony with a view of the river and the ballpark, walking distance to the best farmer’s market in the area and walking distance to all kinds of dining, the Figge art museum and a casino. Rents range from $440 to $850.

Amenities

Building amenities include a roof top deck, underground heated and surface parking, an exercise room, free Wi-Fi in common areas, storage units, computer center, and more.

Type of Units

1, 2, and 3 Bedroom Units

550 to 1,100 sq. Ft.

Underground and Adjacent Parking

Income Restricted Units

Contact

Paramark Real Estate – Chris Meersman
563.210.8638


Address

River Walk Lofts
420 W. River Drive
Davenport, IA 52801


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    Carter noted that much is yet to be done before the project is complete.  “Like all major projects, there will continue to be curveballs as progress unfolds, but we’re excited to work with John’s team to make a major improvement that the entire community will ultimately benefit from.”

    DDP and Demolition Davenport will remain stewards of the property until demolition is finished and the construction phase of Riverwatch Place begins.  Demolition is expected to be complete by the end of 2015, and new construction is slated to begin in spring 2016.

     

    Downtown Davenport Partnership (DDP), a division of the Quad Cities Chamber of Commerce, is a non-profit organization. As administrators of the downtown Self Supporting Municipal Improvement District (SSMID), DDP provides leadership and advocacy for downtown economic development, planning, cultural vitality, events, marketing, and clean-and-safe initiatives.

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