New apartments will soon open their doors in Moline
By: Jillian Wilson
housing options will soon open their doors in Moline.
who live and work in Moline say new apartments are just what the downtown area
will bring a lot of good business our way. Kind of our clientele that we have
in the area bring them here and just kind of bring more business our way," says
Brian Collins, General Manager, Barrel House.
is the general manager of Barrel House, across the street from where the new
apartments will be.
says it's a win win for his business and those looking to live on the street.
are a lot of good things going on downtown here. New restaurants, new bars,
good work here and everything. So a good place for people to hang out and work,
and live and play," says Collins.
apartments will be split between a building on 5th and 14th and another
building on 5th and 17th.
say it's the perfect spot to live.
all about location, location, location. It's putting people that are the
customers for the businesses in close proximity to the business that are
competing for what they can bring," says Chip Nelson, a Moline resident.
are also plans for market–rate housing in the project.
say that this area is growing so fast and we need places for those people to
move to," says Heather Goodnight, a Moline resident.
new housing developments would be added to the more than 100 apartments already
built downtown over the last 3 years.
bring more business down here just plain and simple. There's already a bunch of
apartments down here, but more people down here is just better for the community,"
says Jerred Reyes, works in Moline.
The apartments on 5th and 17th will be complete by the
end of this year. The apartments down the road will start construction at the
beginning of next year.
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