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The Berg (Landmark Apartments)

April 26th, 2012 | Filed under .

Want to live in a historic apartment in the heart of downtown next to tons of nightlife? The Berg offers recently renovated loft apartments with exposed brick, large floor plans, and a modern feel, ideal for downtown employees and young professionals.

Call George today and tour one of downtown’s best apartments!

Type of Units

1 and 2 Bedroom Units

Washer & Dryers in rooms


Address

The Berg (Landmark Apartments)
246 W. 3rd Street/309 Harrison
Davenport, IA 52801
Phone: 563-324-2000
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