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732 Gaines Street Davenport, IA 52802

Uniting community resources of volunteer service, professional expertise, and financial assets to save abandoned buildings in our neighborhood.


 

     
Gateway Redevelopment Group (GRG), a 501 (c)(3) not-for-profit organization was formed by a group of neighbors with the desire to save the abandoned historic structures in Davenport’s Hamburg Historic District. Our first challenge was the Jipp home and grocery at the corner of 8th and Gaines. The Jipp serves not only as our office, but a place to tell the story of the Jipp's place in the Hamburg Historic District, the Neighborhood Resource Center, and the home of our  Architectural Rescue Shop The shop is used to sell, collect, preserve, restore, and display architectural items from other vintage houses being renovated or demolished in the Quad Cities.  The profits from the sale of these items are used to help in the restoration of this and other abandoned homes in our neighborhood.

  Christian Jipp Home and Grocery ca1868 photo circa 1880, courtesy of the Putnam Museum


Due to another Arctic Freeze the 2019 Annual Meeting is postponed until 7 PM Wednesday February 13,2019 - 624 West 6th Street

Agenda: Election of the Board of Directors, Approval of 2018 minutes, 2018 Accomplishments,

 2018 Financial review, 2019 Budget, 2019 Goals, Open discussion


 The Architectural Rescue Shop at the Jipp 

   On Facebook too!

 NOW OPEN every Friday and Saturday 10 AM to 3 PM or by appointment or chance

please call 563-271-8344 or email us at ARS@GRGDAVENPORT.ORG or stop by!!

Check out some of our latest donations & salvage!!


Quad Cities Community FoundationGRG has established a Jipp Endowment Fund with the Quad Cities Community Foundation. Click here for more details.


For complete details and photos of what we have accomplished so far please click here to go to our PROJECTS page.

 

Gateway Redevelopment Group, Davenport, Iowa                                                                    website by Jack Haberman