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Ross' Restaurant in Bettendorf, Iowa has accepted a deal with the Iowa Department of Transportation to buy their property to clear way for the new I-74 bridge.

Melissa Freidhof-Rodgers, manager and daughter of the owners tells KWQC they'll get $1.6 million for the property and will be able to stay at the location until August of 2015.

They'll be able to stay longer than other area businesses since their building isn't in the way of the street realignment, which will happen first  for the new on-ramps for the new bridge.

Ross' current location is in the way of the actual bridge, which won't see construction for a couple of years.

Designs have been drawn up for the new building and the search is on for a new location.

They currently have three locations in consideration along the I-74 corridor, one in Moline, Ill. and two in Davenport.

Freidhof-Rodgers says it is still early in the process and things could change.

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