Read the latest business and community news from the Austin area.
Proposed $1 billion development with hotel, residences, 4-acre crystalline lagoon coming to Leander
Leander Springs, a 78-acre, mixed-use project with retail, restaurants, entertainment, hospitality, office and residential components, is coming to town, Leander Mayor Troy Hill announced Oct. 15.
Located at the southwest corner of FM 2243 and 183A, expectations are that a fully developed Leander Springs could be valued at $1 billion, according to the city.
Easy Tiger set to make its South Austin debut Oct. 16
One month after closing its downtown Austin Sixth Street location, Easy Tiger Bake Shop & Beer Garden is ready to launch its newest spot south of the Colorado River.
Southside Market opens in Hutto and 3 other business updates
Since 1882, Southside Market & Barbeque has served up authentic Texan barbecue. This week, Southside will bring its classic dishes to Hutto’s Co-Op District with the launch of its latest restaurant.
Bee Cave's St. David's Emergency Center offering free flu shots
St. David’s Emergency Center will offer free flu shots at its location within the Hill Country Galleria at 2813 Galleria Circle, Bee Cave. The service is available to adults and children at least one year of age, according to a St. David’s press release.
Biderman's Deli downtown, Mother's Cafe, and more Central Austin mainstays close their doors
The following businesses in Central Austin have announced their closures.
My Steel Magnolia boutique relocates to Northwest Austin
Women's boutique My Steel Magnolia relocated from Old Town Leander to Northwest Austin on Oct. 13. The boutique sells clothing and a broad gift selection. The business has recently expanded its products with baby gifts, pet gifts, housewares and custom printing.
North Austin business news: Sushi on Anderson Lane, Tai Chi, a second location for Old Thousand and more
The following businesses have recently opened or relocated in north Central Austin.
Travis County judge: Bars will not reopen, despite permission from governor to do so
Bars in Hays County, Williamson County and Bastrop County were allowed to reopen at 50% capacity starting Oct. 14, but Travis County bars will remain closed for now, according to an Oct. 14 announcement from County Judge Sam Biscoe.
Kelsey Thompson, Olivia Aldridge, Amy Rae Dadamo, Taylor Girtman, Jack Flagler and Nicholas Cicale contributed to this report.