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Iowa Research, Commerce and Technology Park
Interstate 80 and U.S. Highway 61
Davenport, IA

The Iowa Research, Commerce and Technology Park is located in the growing Quad Cities area, at the intersection of Interstate 80 and U.S. Highway 61. The park includes 22 sites on 120 total acres in Davenport, Iowa - one of the Quad Cities.

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The average daily traffic count is 38,900 on Interstate 80 and 36,000 on U.S. Highway 61. This corridor has experienced considerable growth in the last several years, and is expected to continue to do so.

Highlights:
 
  • 225 acre Class A Business Park - 115 acres developed
  • Four quality tenants already in park:
          - Fidlar Technologies
          - Swiss Valley Corporate Headquarters
          - D&D Fiat
          - Salzman International - Biological research firm
          - Corrosion Fluid Products Corp.
  • Busiest interchange in Eastern Iowa - nearly 80,000 vehicles daily
  • Adjacent to business airport
  • No-hassle, no stoplight access to park
  • No-hassle, no stoplight access to most executive housing areas:
          - Long Grove
          - Scott County Park
          - Jersey Ridge
          - Crow Valley
          - Stoney Creek
          - Port Byron
  • Closest park to soccer fields for both Davenport and Bettendorf
  • No stoplight access to Quad-City International Airport
     

     
     
    IRCT boasts many amenities to its site. There is a pond and landscaped area in the boulevard of the intersection of Research Parkway and Harrison street. The area will be a common area with walkways, a sculpture garden, water features and landscaping. The project contains over 10 acres of open space and will contain off- and on-street bicycle paths.
     
     
    Research Parkway has a 40-foot wide median that is landscaped and lighted for its entire length.  There are three decorative pond areas in the median with moving water.