Tour the newest renovations at Heritage Place

Heritage Place will hold an open house from 4-6 p.m. Wednesday, April 6, to unveil the latest changes inside the downtown Moline office tower.

Months after converting the seven-story office building at 1515 5th Ave. into executive suites,  Heritage Place now is busy wrapping up renovations on its second floor to add a new innovative commercial office space. 

A newly renovated Chillin’ Club offers space for office tenants to gather and socialize at Heritage Place in downtown Moline. CREDIT HERITAGE PLACE

The open house, which is open to the public, will showcase the new space, which is complete with open air office spaces and cubicles, private executive suites and a new banquet room available for public rentals for $250 a day. 

“Business is changing, people are coming out of COVID-19, and they want mini-offices and less overhead,” Danelle Da Nelle, the property’s manager, told the QCBJ in a previous interview. 

The property management team also has announced a new exclusive “Chillin Club” membership to provide a home/co-work environment for the building’s tenants. The club includes access to amenities such as Wi-Fi, an on-site gym with showers, a kitchen with complimentary coffee, an attached parking garage and a “Little Babe Cave” mother’s room. 

Built in 1992, the former Heritage Building was rebranded as Heritage Place in 2006 when it was purchased by Heritage Place Associates LLC, one of Samco Properties’ affiliates. Last fall on its 30th anniversary, the building converted some of its vacant office spaces into one-person, furnished office suites. It also boasts various sized conference rooms with Smart TVs.

Ms. Da Nelle, who relocated from Florida to the Quad Cities to manage the property for the Deerfield Beach, Florida-based Samco, quickly fell in love with the Moline building, describing it as “an iconic architectural beauty.” 

“I may say I moved here for the weather and the snow, however, the real drive for me to be here is that I could not let this building go,” she said. “It was a quiet place from the time it was built over 30 years ago. Now we open the doors for all to see her beauty and the exciting buzz of activity that is bringing Heritage Place into the 21st Century.”

As part of its new renovations, Heritage Place has added a “Little Babe Cave” mother’s room to its downtown Moline office tower. CREDIT HERITAGE PLACE

The former Heritage Building was one of the earliest developments by then startup Renew Moline. First known as the Super Block project, the building provided Class A retail and office space and long housed John Deere as its main tenant until the company operations moved out in December, 2020. 

New potential tenants are invited to book a tour or attend Heritage Place’s open house. For more information, contact Property Manager Danelle Da Nelle at (561) 676-1438 or Renee Connor, assistant property manager, at (954) 815-0064, or visit its website at


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