The east side of Iowa City has experienced significant growth in the past five years. New neighborhoods have expanded Iowa City’s footprint along Scott Boulevard, where there also are new commercial developments including an east-side favorite restaurant. Neighborhoods such as Arlington/Windsor Ridge, Village Green, and Rochester Ridge offer suburban amenities in a quiet community setting.
Location: East side neighborhoods are located south of I-80 and east of 1st Avenue in Iowa City, notably along Scott Boulevard and off east Court Street.
Origin: City High School was built in 1937 when the older downtown building was becoming overcrowded as the population of the city increased. The new facility was built “out of town” on the city's east side, and over time the city's suburban expansion reached the school, encircled it, and the expanded well beyond it. Development of neighborhoods further east began in the 1980s to present.
Schools: Hoover, Lucas, Lemme, Longfellow, and Lucas Elementaries, Southeast Junior High, City High School
His passion for marketing and seasoned experience brings a depth of knowledge and is a powerful resource for any home seller or buyer. He is driven to find creative solutions for your next move.