Photos: Tallest buildings in the Quad-Cities Aug 9, 2019 Facebook Twitter SMS Email Print Save Here are the tallest buildings in the Quad-Cities. 1. Former Wells Fargo Bank building 1. 12 stories (17 including the clock tower): 255 feet, the former Wells Fargo bank building, Davenport. John Schultz 2. MidAmerican Energy building 15 stories (220 feet): The MidAmerican Energy building in Davenport, built in 1995. John Schultz 3. Former Kone Tower 3. 16 stories (180 feet): The former Kone tower, Moline, built in 1966. John Schultz 4. LeClaire Apartments 17 stories including the penthouse (168 feet): LeClaire Apartments, Moline, built in 1922. John Schultz 5. Kahl Building 10 stories (146 feet): Kahl Building, Davenport, built in 1919. John Schultz 6. US Bank building 10 stories (144 feet): US Bank building in Davenport, built in 1923. John Schultz 7. Northwest Bank Tower 10 stories (143 feet): Northwest Bank Tower in davenport, built in 1974. Jeff Cook, QUAD-CITY TIMES 8. Hotel Blackhawk 11 stories (140 feet): Hotel Blackhawk in Davenport, built in 1915. John Schultz 9. Kone Centre 8 stories (134 feet): Kone Centre in Moline, built in 2012. Kevin Schmidt 10. Steepmeadow Condominiums 12 stories (131 feet): Steepmeadow Condominiums in Rock Island, built in 1960. JEFF COOK 11. Summit Ridge Apartments 12 stories (130 feet): Summit Ridge Apartments in East Moline, built in 1970. 12. Putnam Building 8 stories (126 feet): Putnam Building, Davenport, built in 1910. Larry Fisher, QUAD-CITY TIMES 13. Union Arcade Building 7 stories (125 feet): Union Arcade in Davenport, built in 1924. TIMES FILE PHOTO 14. Isle of Capri Isle of Capri Expansion Tower in Bettendorf, 118 feet, built in 2007. John Schultz Bonus structure: WHBF tower Bonus structure: The WHBF-TV transmission tower in Rock Island, 413 feet, built in 1950. Ryan Jaster Tags Evergreen As featured on +4 Ryan's wrap-up: 'Eventful' night of crime, end of The Loop and floods remembered A daily look at what did well on the web while you were working ... and what's on tap for th… +3 Ghosts of the past haunt bank lobby On a dull afternoon last week, the heavy brass doors were wide open. They were still shiny e… +3 Ryan's wrap-up: Bank ghosts, Brady Street shake up and school issues A daily look at what did well on the web while you were working ... and what's on tap for th… Facebook Twitter SMS Email Print Save Recommended View All Promotions promotion spotlight AP Are you ready for retirement? promotion Get your copy of Insight Magazine More Latest Local Offers Seither & Cherry Call Seither & Cherry for all your industrial equipment installation needs, (319) 524-5472! Barnett's House Of Fireplaces Does Your Gas Fireplace Need Service? Let the experts at Barnett's House of Fireplaces take the work off your hands! McDowell Crane & Rigging Need a big crane for a big job? Call McDowell Crane and Rigging today.