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He was an early and aggressive promoter of the new town. It runs from Jersey Ridge Road to the Bettendorf city limits, and from River Drive to Middle Road.
The focus of the neighborhood was Washington Square—a single block laid out by Antoine Le Claire in the original city.
The square was the site of German beer gardens, musical events, veterans' celebrations and other outdoor activities, and served as the welcoming point for new German immigrants.
The city of Davenport, Iowa, United States has neighborhoods dating back to the 1840s.
The Davenport Plan and Zoning Commission divided the city into five areas: downtown, central, east end, near north, and northwest and west end.
Downtown underwent several generations of growth beginning in the 1840s and 1850s.
During this period, the buildings were all modest one- and two-story frame buildings.
During that time, the neighborhood contained mostly middle-class Irish immigrants and Americans.
The original neighborhood housed prominent entrepreneurs, industrialists, and professionals. Two blocks of the neighborhood on Harrison Street contain mid-nineteenth-century houses.
Prospect Park is a small neighborhood located on the western border of the Village of East Davenport.
It runs along Mississippi Street from Eleventh Street down to River Drive (U. Route 67) and a block east along Prospect Drive and Prospect Terrace.
Hamburg slopes up to bluffs overlooking Downtown and the river.