The center section of the Second Empire building was built in 1885, and with additions, the building housed St. Ambrose College in its entirety until 1927. It continues to function as a college building.
The parish was founded in 1855 as St. Kunigunda to serve the city’s German community. The cornerstone for the present church was laid in 1881 when the parish name was changed to St. Joseph. The building currently houses Grace Fellowship Church; Davenport MRA.
Only the second church built as a cathedral in the Protestant Episcopal Church. It was designed by New York architect Edward Tuckerman Potter in 1867 and opened in 1873. The tower, part of the original design, was completed in 1998.
One of five breweries that were established in Davenport in the 19th century; Davenport MRA.
Former listings and other
Four properties were NRHP-listed but later were delisted. Also there is Claim House which was nominated but possibly not finally NRHP-listed due to owner objection. Also there is Madison Elementary School which had status DATE RECEIVED/PENDING NOMINATION.