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A new store is coming to the Hilltop Campus Village in Davenport. 

The brothers who operate Central Grocery in downtown Davenport will be opening up "Hilltop Grocery" at a former drugstore on Harrison. Right now the building's landlord is cleaning up the place, then the owners will stock it with counters, shelves and groceries.

"I've always looked at this building and just felt bad for it," said owner Ramadan Farraj. "It's just been deteriorating every year it sits closed. It's just been going, you know what I mean, bad."

The brothers hope to have the grocery store open for business by the first week of October.