The far Northwest Austin area recently gained a co-working space, a Vietnamese restaurant and several other locally owned business. Read about them below.

Now open

1. Think Lounge

The three-in-one business offers on-demand coworking spaces, a cafe and child watch services. Founded and led by husband and wife Stephen and Jennifer Nilan, hourly rates begin at $18.2. Alo 5

The restaurant serves a variety of traditional Vietnamese cuisine, including pho, or soup dishes; bun, or vermicelli noodle dishes; and com, or rice dishes; plus Vietnamese coffee, milk teas, and appetizers such as spring rolls and crab rangoons.3. Maestro Stars Academy

The academy offers musical theater training—including acting, monologue, dance and choreography lessons—for children ages 4-14. Classes are held inside Hope Presbyterian Church.4. Sage Blossom Massage

Local business owner Juliann Gorman opened her third massage location, offering a range of massage services such as cupping, stretch therapy, gua sha and reiki. Couples packages, deep tissue, infrared sauna services and more are also available.5. PostalNook

Husband-and-wife team Umair Suleman and Nashmea “Nash” Ayaz opened the personal and business mail service store, with shipping through USPS, DHL, UPS and FedEx. The business also offers mailboxes, printing and copying services, business registration options, passport photos and more.6. Gatsby Glass

Local Rob Humble opened the glass specialty shop, which offers a variety of services ranging from smart-glass installations to glass railings, custom windows and more, for both commercial and home renovations.7. O’Reilly Auto Parts

The shop sells automotive tools and accessories. It also offers a variety of auto services, such as battery, alternator and check engine light testing; headlight bulb and wiper blade installations; fluid recycling; and more.Coming soon

8. JustFoodForDogs

The dog food brand sells fresh-frozen and pantry-fresh wet and dry dog food; treats; and supplements, and offers custom diet plans and veterinarian-prescribed meals.9. Wicked Snow

The dessert shop will specialize in bingsu, a South Korean milk-based dessert made of shaved ice topped with fruit, red beans, syrup and condensed milk.
  • Opening in the fall
  • 11301 Lakeline Blvd., Ste. 113A, Austin
  • Business website not yet available
10. Tim Horton’s

The Canadian coffee chain also serves smoothies, donuts and breakfast sandwiches.11. Texas MedClinic

The clinic offers a variety of injury and illness urgent care services, minor surgical procedures, diagnostic X-rays and lab tests, sports rehabilitation, physical examinations, and more.12. Frost Bank

The financial center offers a variety of services, such as checking and savings accounts, personal and business loans, investment options, and insurance.Closings

13. Cookie Co.

The California-based treat shop closed after being open for about five months. The shop closed for financial reasons, owner Peder McOmber said, citing higher than expected operating costs.