Neighborhoods

Individually unique, together complete

The central cities within the Quad Cities are Bettendorf and Davenport in Iowa, and Moline, East Moline and Rock Island in Illinois.  Six counties outline these cities and the Mississippi River, each one different in their customs, charms and culture. Explore these featured neighborhoods below, along with the Six counties that surround and make up the Quad Cities Region.

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Davenport's Gold Coast
The Gold Coast-Hamburg Historic District, situated on and below the bluffs overlooking the Mississippi River, has the highest concentration of architecturally significant historic houses in Davenport. The District encompasses 25 square blocks just north of downtown Davenport, and boasts a mixture of elegant houses and simple homes – all suited for the first residents of Davenport.
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Silvis Hero Street
Second Street in Silvis was renamed to Hero Street USA in 1967 as a memorial to those who grew up on the street and served in the Armed Forces. To the present day, over 100 members of the armed forces come from this historic street.
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Broadway Historic District
This residential district in Rock Island, IL is know its sociable residents, historic homes, and innovative preservation efforts.
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Florciente
This neighborhood is home to the Esperanza Center and the famous "Mercado on 5th".
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McClellan Heights Historic District
The Largest Neighborhood in East Davenport, the McClellan Height Historic District was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1984.
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Hilltop Campus Village
Hilltop Campus Village is a historical commercial district neighborhood situated in Davenport IA.