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Every month, we share some of the Quad Cities businesses that are going up or opened recently.

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A sign for 1/2 Nelson restaurant near Bootleg Hill Meadery on 2nd Street in Davenport appeared in February 2019.

Unity-Point Trinity Physical Rehabilitation is moving into the former Bud Mills Chevrolet in Moline.

A Starbucks on Avenue of the Cities near 41st Street is getting closer to opening.

FedEx Office opened their new location at the corner of John Deere Road and 16th Street in Moline, just blocks from their old location.

A Subway opened in King Plaza on Avenue of the Cities in Moline in December 2018.

Sylvia’s Restaurant moved from Milan to 3419 Avenue of the Cities in Moline in December 2018.

Mex-2-Go drive-thru opened at 1218 Brady Street in Davenport in November 2018.

A new IHMVCU branch opened on Avenue of the Cities at 41st Street in November 2018. 

The Cambria Hotel is being built near the site of the new TBK Bank Sports Complex on December 28, 2018. (Ryan Jaster, OurQuadCities.com)

Portillo’s rises on the horizon on 53rd in Davenport on December 28, 2018. (Ryan Jaster, OurQuadCities.com)

Hurts Donuts, Cheesy Cow Mac and Cheesery and Coffee Hound are all open near the site of the new TBK Bank Sports Complex. (Ryan Jaster, OurQuadCities.com)

Dunkin’ Donuts is back in Rock Island, opening in November 2018 less than two blocks away from its old location that closed in 1999.

Davenport’s newest restaurant The Diner is located on the top floor of the Freight House Farmer’s Market. (Grace Runkel, OurQuadCities.com)

HomeGoods on Elmore Avenue in Davenport held its grand opening on October 29, 2018. 

Owner Bobby Stansberry says, “There’s a light at the end of the tunnel, finally. Finally.” And above the door now at Mary’s on 2nd in Davenport.

U-Haul moved into the former Kmart in Rock Island, then moved out. Now it’s sign-official this time as anonther opening appears imminent in October 2018.

Dunkin’ Donuts in Rock Island gets signage in October 2018 proving that it will be branded with the full name and not the shortened version that the company said it was changing to earlier this month. 

Huckleberry’s Pizza — or should we say Huckleberry’s Italian Restaurant — gets a new awning and fixtures in downtown Rock Island in October 2018.

The Pennzoil Augustana Auto Care gets renamed Pennzoil Island Auto Care before opening day in October 2018.

Mary’s on 2nd gets new bright blue siding in October 2018 to go along with its new entrance after a stolen car crashed through their front door.

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