Central Austin Edition - September 2021

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Businesses that have recently opened or are coming soon or relocating

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ANNIVERSARIES 7 Komé Sushi Kitchen will celebrate its 10-year anniversary in October, according to Director of Operations Elizabeth Hyman. Located at 5301 Airport Blvd., Ste. 1, Austin, and owned by Takehiro and Kayo Asazu, Kome serves family-style Japanese comfort food. 512-712-5700. www.kome-austin.com CLOSING 8 Chicken Salad Shoppe closed its ghost kitchen at 7433 Burnet Road. The kitchen opened in summer 2020. On July 26, it opened a new dine-in location inside the Furniture Mall of Texas at 12901 N. I-35, Bldg. 3, Ste. 300, Austin. It is the first dine-in location for Chicken Salad Shoppe. In addition to chicken salad, the locally owned restaurant serves vegetarian salad options and half-pound cookies in a variety of flavors. 512-790-7790. www.chickensaladshoppe.com

Companies, will break ground in summer 2022 at the corner of Bull Creek Road and Jackson Avenue. The 260,000-square- foot community will include 186 independent and assisted-living units and 34 memory care units. Construction is expected to wrap up by late 2023. www.ryancompanies.com 5 Mother and son Jin and Nelson Lin will bring Soup Leaf Hot Pot to 6929 Airport Blvd., Austin in May. Jin, who has owned several restaurants in California, is moving to Austin to be with Nelson, a local real estate developer. The restaurant will offer buffet-style hot pot. RELOCATIONS 6 Floor Centers of Texas moved to 7120 Burnet Road, Austin, after nine years in East Austin on Sept. 1. The owners sold their 5209 Cameron Road building after increased interest from investors and renovated an old mechanic shop to create their new site. 512-989-7737. www.floorcenterstx.com

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NORTH CENTRAL NOWOPEN 1 Spirit Halloween , the holiday-themed chain of pop-up stores, has opened a location at 7727 Burnet Road, Austin, in the North Star Shopping Center for the 2021 Halloween season. Each year, Spirit Halloween opens approximately 1,400 locations at strip malls and other spots around the United States and Canada beginning in early August, selling costumes and themed decor. Additional Spirit Halloween stores are open throughout the city. The pop-ups will close Nov. 2. www.spirithalloween.com 2 Studio 103 , a yoga and creative space for local artists, opened Aug. 7 at 3435 Greystone Drive, Ste. 103, Austin. The studio is home to Yoga With Shanin’, an inclusive yoga company run by owner

and founder Shanin’ Smith. The yoga instructor hosts classes for yogis of all skill and fitness levels. Smith also opened Studio 103 as an affordable space for local creators to sublet. The studio offers 1,000 square feet of space with natural light, Smith said, and is available for weekly, monthly and one-time rental. 512-222-3659. www.yogawithshanin.com, www.studio103atx.com COMING SOON 3 Pizza chain Domino’s will open a new location at 6929 Airport Blvd., Ste. 100. A Domino’s representative told Community Impact that the restaurant is slated to open near the end of 2021. The location will be locally owned and operated by Kris Sanches. www.dominos.com 4 Grand Living at the Grove , a new senior living community from Ryan

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