Bay Edition - August 2021

IMPACTS

Businesses that have recently opened or are coming soon, relocating or expanding

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7 Deep Waters Academy will began classes in August, operating out of Hope Church at 770 Pineloch Drive, Houston. As a University-Model School, the academy oers “the best attributes of private education with the best attributes of home-schooling,” Head of School Amelia Chiara said. Students in kindergarten to seventh grade receive instruction on campus twice a week. The academy aims to partner with Christian parents in the education and formation of their children through hands-on curriculum and small class sizes, Chiara said. 281-694-5582. www.deepwatersacademy.org 8 Code Ninjas opened a new location at 7315 Fairmont Parkway, Pasadena, in late July with a grand opening celebration July 24. The business teaches children ages 7-14 about computer coding while they develop video games. The Deer Park location is owned and operated by local entrepreneurs Sonda and Michael Frament. Michael has more than 20 years of professional experience in computer programming and software development. 281-930-7347. www.codeninjas.com/tx-deerpark 9 Good Buy Liquidation opened at 100 E. NASA Parkway, Ste. 307, Webster, in the NASA 1 Business Park in June. The business is a liquidation store selling new products at 50% or more o Amazon pricing, sta said. www.facebook.com/ goodbuyliquidation RELOCATIONS 10 Bravo Party Shop celebrated its grand opening July 29 at its new location

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NOWOPEN 1 Black Rock Coee Bar opened July 16 at 702 Bay Area Blvd., Webster. The business oers hot and cold specialty coees; noncoee beverages, such as tea and hot chocolate; and blended drinks, such as smoothies. The business has locations in Katy and the west side of Houston. 832-572-3626. www.br.coee 2 Texas Pit Stop BBQ opened in July at 20794 Gulf Freeway, Webster. The restaurant began with the owner, Arnold Garza, winning barbecue cook-o competitions, which drove him to open his own eatery that serves brisket, sh tacos, sausage, pulled pork, smoked chicken and other barbecue staples. The restaurant has two other locations in Galveston and La Marque. 281-810-2222. www.txpitstopbbq.com

3 Divers Down Underwater Adventures at 20801 Gulf Freeway, Ste. 10, Web- ster, held its grand opening July 31. The veteran-owned and -operated training facility boasts over 40 years of profes- sional and commercial diving experience. The business oers diving classes, travel packages and diving equipment for sale. 832-632-1520. www.ddscuba.com 4 Southside Boardshop opened at 19760 Gulf Freeway, Webster, inside Baybrook Square, in early August. Owner Eric Visentin began skating in the late 1980s in his hometown in Seabrook and bought a south Houston skate park in 2007. The business has grown, and the new location is a full-service skate shop that sells apparel and gear and repairs skateboards. The board shop’s Web- ster location is its third. 832-932-5010. www.southsideskatepark.com

5 Submerge Swimwear opened a Kemah Boardwalk storefront in June at 609 Bradford Ave., Ste. 108, Kemah. The boutique oers modern styles of women’s swimwear, apparel, accessories and a limited supply of men’s swim- wear, according to its website. Sta is also available to consult with custom- ers via an online, one-on-one tting room, per the website. 210-896-0625. www.submergeswimwear.com 6 Joe’s Crab Shack opened a boardwalk location at 7 Kemah Boardwalk, Kemah, in late May. The informal chain serves baskets of fried seafood, seafood steam pots and oversized cocktails as well as a new burger bar casual dining concept, per the restaurant’s website. Joe’s is open daily for lunch and dinner with happy hour specials on weekdays. 281-334-9049. www.joescrabshack.com

Licensed and certified assisted living residences for those living with Alzheimer’s disease and other memory disorders.

Memory care r in a home-like setting

• Large secure outdoor space • In person or virtual tours available • Serving Texas since 1997, The Cottages is family-owned and operated

Schedule a tour to receive $200 off monthly rent New residents only. 281-316-4281 • www.alzcottages.com • 400 Landing Blvd, League City, Texas 77573 Facility ID: 010237, 010241&105485 AT CLEAR LAKE

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