Stay up-to-date on these 14 businesses in the Cedar Park area.

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A Place At Home

Owners Stacey and Bryan Eisenberg opened A Place At Home in North Austin to offer seniors options for in-home care, care coordination services and senior living alternatives. Clients are provided care with a four-step approach including an initial call and consultation, creation of a personalized care plan, being matched with a caregiver, and care monitoring. A Place At Home also provides staffing opportunities for those looking to get into the field of senior care.Results Physiotherapy

The physical therapy business provides manual therapy and dry needling to help patients with chronic pain or who are recovering from an injury. With locations in several states, the Leander clinic is directed by Keith Yerkes.Top Rail Fence Austin

The fence contracting company offers professional fence installation services for business, residential or agricultural properties. A variety of fence types are available, including wooden, chain link, aluminum, vinyl and more. Free estimates are available upon request.Taco Palenque

Owned and operated by the granddaughter of the Don Pancho Ochoa family, who opened the original Taco PalenquLa e, the restaurant in Lake Creek Shopping Center serves Mexican comfort food, such as parrilladas, antojitos, burritos, tacos and more.Peri Peri Republic

The eatery owned by Ashraf Khan is situated near the Lakeline Mall entrance by AMC Theatres and serves Portuguese-style chicken dishes with peri peri sauces. Dishes are available in bowls, burgers, wraps, platters and more. Vegetarian options are also available. Peri Peri Republic is available for dine-in, takeout or catering orders.Class UFC North Austin

Owned by local Jessie Ocel, the North Austin gym offers coach-led classes such as boxing and high-intensity interval training for a variety of skill levels including beginners. Personal trainers are also available for those wanting a more personalized workout to fit their specific needs.Domain Farmers Market

A year-round farmers market opened at The Domain early in November. The market will be open every Saturday from 10 a.m.-2 p.m., featuring products from local farmers and artisans. The space will also be used for events, children’s activities, cooking demonstrations and wellness screenings.Coming soon

Shake Shack

The eatery in Cedar Park will offer its best-selling foods, such as the ShackBurger made with Angus beef and drizzled with ShackSauce on a toasted potato bun; crinkle-cut fries; and hand-spun shakes in a variety of flavors, including vanilla, chocolate, strawberry and more.Lazeez Mediterranean Food

A second Lazeez Mediterranean Food restaurant will open on West Parmer Lane later this year. Owned by Bilal AlJalam, the eatery will serve a variety of Mediterranean dishes, such as falafel, dolma, kibbeh and more. The first location will remain open at 6812 RM 620, Austin.The Shoppes at Bell Boulevard

Fruition Developments owner Mohan Marchetty said he plans to open a mixed-use development in Cedar Park by late 2025 featuring more than 36,000 square feet of retail, office, medical and restaurant space. Groundbreaking is set for mid-2024 at the location on Bell Boulevard.ISI Elite Training Cedar Park

Owner Charles Yeager will open the workout facility offering 50-minute workouts for all fitness levels that the company’s website says are designed to burn up to 1,000 calories and focus on a different muscle group each day. ISI also offers an Inbody Body Composition Analyzer that allows the member to track results, as well as monthly seminars to help members stay focused on health and wellness beyond the gym experience.The Brass Tap

The craft beer bar and eatery will serve draft beers, offering a mix of local, regional and international brews. The food menu will include shareables, wings, pizzas, burgers, tacos, salads and vegetarian options. The franchisee, Ridham Bhatt, co-owns three other Brass Tap locations in Richardson, Rockwall and Sacshe.Scheels

A 240,000-square-foot, employee-owned sporting goods store will be built in the upcoming CedarView development near the H-E-B Center. In addition to 75 specialty shops inside, the location will offer family-friendly activities, such as a 65-foot Ferris wheel, a 16,000-gallon saltwater aquarium stocked with 600 fish, a wildlife mountain and an interactive arcade. There will also be a Fuzziwig's Candy Shop along with Gina's Cafe—which serves soups, sandwiches, homemade fudge and various coffees.
  • Opening fall 2026
  • Off New Hope Drive between 183A Toll and US 183

The Truth Family Fitness and Sports Performance

The gym closed its location at The Crossover. According to its website, the business is looking to relocate to a larger space in the Cedar Park and Leander area. The Truth offered personal training, free weights, strength training equipment, group classes, dry saunas, and on-site chiropractors and massage therapists.