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The Lundell is a new six-story building in downtown Coralville, featuring 80 apartment units. Apartment units are located on floors three thru six with the first and second floors dedicated to heated parking.
Apartments come in variety of floor plans, including Studios, 1, and 2 Bedroom units, so you can find the perfect apartment for your needs. A full kitchen, in unit washer/dryer, and high-speed internet connections are included with every apartment unit.
413 10th Avenue Coralville, IA 52241Managed by Heritage Property Management
The Lundell name was chosen to honor John and Diana Lundell of Coraville. John served as Coralville Mayor 2013--2021, and on the Coralville Council 2002--2012. Diana served on the Coralville Council 1986--2000.
The Lundell Building is named in honor of John and Diana Lundell to recognize their public service and honor their positive impact on the Coralville community.
John, a native Iowan, and Diana, a military brat, met in West Virginia where they were working their first jobs after college. John was working in regional transportation planning and Diana was a newspaper reporter. The couple began their Coralville journey when John returned to Iowa as a transportation planner for Johnson County in 1980. Diana joined him in the move, taking a job at the Iowa City Press-Citizen, and they married in 1982.
Both immediately became involved in the community—John through service on the volunteer Coralville Fire Department and the Coralville Library Board of Trustees and Diana on the Parks and Recreation Commission. In 1986, Diana was appointed to the city council and then ran and was elected to several terms on the city council, serving a total of 15 years and retiring in 2000.
In 2002, John ran and won a seat on the city council and was elected to several other terms, for a total of ten years. In 2013, he was elected mayor and served for eight years before retiring in 2021. In addition to his leadership in Coralville, he elevated the visibility of Coralville at the state and national level by serving as President of the Iowa League of Cities and on the National League of Cities Federal Advocacy Committee on the Environment, Energy, and Natural Resources.
During their years of service, many community improvements, both public and private/commercial were completed and are available for viewing in the lobby.