New 5&15 Apartments unveiled in Chase building – Quad City Times

The opening of 5&15 Apartments has delivered one other new choice for city residing in downtown Moline.

A 1921 workplace building at fifth Avenue and 15th Road was previously often called the Chase Financial institution building, the title of its remaining backside flooring tenant. The higher eight flooring of the 9-story building have been reworked into 31 market-price residences.


The Chase Building in downtown Moline has been renovated into 5&15 Apartments. The principally one-bed room models can be found furnished or unfurnished.

The $6 million undertaking blends new building and fashionable parts with the building's historic structure and options. It was co-developed and is owned by a partnership of Russell, a Davenport-primarily based contractor, and the Amin Group, homeowners of the close by Radisson on John Deere Commons. They acquired the building in 2014 and commenced demolition and renovation in November.

"The redevelopment of this historic building will actually carry a brand new life and vitality to downtown Moline," stated Jim Russell, president and CEO of Russell. "As developer, co-proprietor and contractor, we're very proud to be a part of this revitalization effort and sit up for persevering with our nice relationship with town in the long run."

Listed on the federal historic registry, the building "was topic to a number of rigor to how we handled the design," stated Angela Bagby, Russell's actual property undertaking supervisor. "We wished to re-objective it to one thing town wanted, there was demand for, and in a traditionally respective approach."


The renovation maintained options of the previous financial institution building makes use of, together with this mail shoot in the hallway.

She stated 5 of the eight flooring — flooring 2, three, 5, 6 and seven — are thought of historic and preserve unique options comparable to unique doorways with transom home windows, terrazzine tile flooring, marble wainscot, and unique structural columns. However due to renovations made over time she stated the fourth and eighth flooring weren't historic.

"It is a distinctive mixture of city, new and historic," Bagby stated on a tour Tuesday. Each unit options granite counter tops, new home equipment and in-unit laundry.


The renovation of the Chase Building in downtown Moline transformed the higher flooring of the building into market-price residences, referred to as 5&15 Apartments. A number of the models are furnished, and are geared to tenants who may have a six- or 9-month lease.

Apart from a single two-bed room condominium on the highest flooring, the models are one-bed room. Items, which vary from 450 sq. toes to 650 sq. toes, lease for $805 to $,090 a month. Six models have been leased. Thomas Actual Property, Davenport, is the leasing associate. 

Bagby stated 5&15 gives a singular choice to Moline with two flooring of furnished residences obtainable. She stated the homeowners consider there might be demand for the choice from "renters who come into the Quad-Cities to work for six or 9 months, however do not wish to carry a number of stuff." Furnishings embrace furnishings for a lounge, comparable to a TV and couches, in addition to home equipment, bed room furnishings and art work.  


The furnished models, like this one on the eighth flooring of the 5&15 Apartments, have fundamental wants, like a sofa and tv, together with artwork.

The building will stay residence to anchor Chase Financial institution, however has a 17,000-square-foot ajoined annex that now might be redeveloped. "We're in search of a tenant(s) to finish the renovation of that house," she stated.

The California-primarily based Amin Group is also growing the brand new Factor lodge in downtown Moline as a part of The Q prepare station undertaking. Russell is the contractor. The 5&15 Apartments design crew included Legat Architects, with an workplace in Moline.

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