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Updated: November 20, 2017 @ 12:52 pm
A Mardi Gras jester twirls a flaming baton in front of the Hotel Blackhawk.
The Adler Theatre
Restoration St. Louis spent $4.5 million to renovate the Renwick Building on the southwest corner of the Brady and 4th streets intersection. (Larry Fisher/QUAD-CITY TIMES)
Bluffstone LLC renovated the former Democrat Publishing Company building on Brady Street. The Bettendorf business has developed numerous college student housing projects throughout the Quad-Cities and the Midwest.
The landmark Union Arcade building in downtown Davenport opened in 1915 as a one-story bank.
This is how the former Crescent Macaroni & Cracker Co. factory at 427 Iowa St. looked before it was turned into apartments called the Davenport Lofts.
The Waterloo Mills building was also a Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific Railroad freight station, and the front of the building facing Iowa Street reads “Rock Island Lines.” The building was turned into apartments by The Alexander Co. as part of the Davenport Lofts project that included the former Crescent Macaroni factory.
500 Iowa St. This building will be turned into the 5th Street Lofts by The Alexander Co., Madison, Wis. (Photo by Larry Fisher/QUAD-CITY TIMES)
Ewert and Richter Express and Storage Co., six-story warehouse built in 1914 now is the 4th Street Lofts at 320 E. 4th St. in Davenport.
The Halligan Coffee Co. building on the northeast corner of 4th and Iowa streets in downtown Davenport is expected to be converted into apartments, one of four projects in the Crescent Warehouse Historic District to begin this summer or fall. The overall design has the appearance of an office building rather than a factory. (Photo by Larry Fisher/QUAD-CITY TIMES)
French doors lead from the livingroom to the bedroom in one of the model apartments in the recently opened Mississippi Loft Apartments located on the corner of West Third and Brady streets in downtown Davenport.
The Kahl mansion is made of brick and limestone with clay tile and copper roofs.
Renaissance Realty Group/The Renaissance Cos., Chicago, received a preservation award for converting the former Jackson School, 1420 W. 16th St., Davenport, into senior living called The Jackson Renaissance.
The former Taylor School property in Davenport is being redeveloped into 41 apartments for seniors ages 55 and up. Tuesday May 11, 2010. (Larry Fisher/QUAD-CITY TIMES)
Future lofts in the Village of East Davenport. Pierce School Lofts 12th & Christie.
The former Peterson Paper Co. building on East 2nd Street in Davenport is being remodeled into apartments. Jeff Cook/QUAD-CITY TIMES)
The clock tower and penthouse apartment in downtown Davenport Bank Apartments as seen from East 3rd Street. The then-American Commercial & Savings Bank was completed in 1929, featuring classic Revival-style architecture and 17 floors overall.
Gordon-Van Tine Lofts
Next up for apartment conversion: 427 Pershing Ave., where 41 new units will contribute to the goal of doubling the 865 downtown apartments added over the last decade.
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