Rejuvenate Housing Completes Second House In “Mid-Town” Davenport
Rejuvenate Housing, Inc., a nonprofit whose mission is to “rejuvenate neighborhoods and create home ownership opportunities that promote the health and welfare of a community” has completed their second rehabbed home at 514 West 17 th Street, Davenport. This house
was donated to the organization by St. Ambrose University.
The three-bedroom, one bath home has been completely remodeled by Werner Investments Properties and will go on sale starting November 30 through Ruhl & Ruhl. It includes all new mechanicals, a furnished kitchen, large fenced in yard and a large 2-1/2 car garage.
Rejuvenate Housing was the recipient of a grant from the Quad Cities Housing Cluster to promote affordable housing and income requirements will need to be met. Details can be discussed with Ruhl &Ruhl.
“This is our second rehabbed house in “mid-town” as we fondly call this neighborhood,” said board President Gwen Tombergs. “Our goal is to rehab single-family houses that are affordable for first-time homebuyers. Homeowners take pride in their neighborhood which strengthens our community.”
There will be an open house on Thursday, December 1, from 4pm to 6pm at the house. For additional information visit the website at RejuvenateHousing.org or call Gwen Tombergs, 563-343-2058.