Perky Beans Coffee reaches first anniversary in Leander and 4 more local business updates

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Perky Beans Coffee reached its first anniversary in Leander on Nov. 2. (Community Impact file photo)

Perky Beans Coffee reached its first anniversary in Leander on Nov. 2. (Community Impact file photo)

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AustinMD Aesthetics and Wellness opened Aug. 25. (Courtesy Austin MD Aesthetics and Wellness)
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Collector's Crossroads will celebrate its first anniversary Nov. 21. (Courtesy Collector's Crossroads)
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Home Builders of Greater Austin will build its second Benefit Home project this year. (Courtesy Bryson)
Now open: AustinMD Aesthetics and Wellness

AustinMD Aesthetics and Wellness opened Aug. 25 at 13635 Ronald Reagan Blvd., Ste. 200, Cedar Park. The aesthetics and wellness center practices functional medicine and uses supplements and nutrients to restore wellness, according to the business. The center offers ozone therapy, an IV vitamin lounge, skin laser treatments, Botox, fillers and more. The center is located at 13625 Ronald Reagan Blvd., Bldg. 10, Ste. 200, Cedar Park. 512-593-5605. https://austinmdclinic.com

Anniversaries: Atiana's Boutique

Atiana’s Boutique reached its first anniversary Nov. 1. The store sells formal wear for proms, weddings, sweet sixteens, quinceañeras and more. It is located at 1335 E. Whitestone Blvd., Unit H400, Cedar Park. 512-872-2701. www.atianasboutique.com

Anniversaries: Collector’s Crossroads


Collector's Crossroads will celebrate its first anniversary Nov. 21. The business sells antiquities, art, books, games, comics, handbags, maps, militaria, records and more. It also buys and consigns unique collections. It is located at 11066 Lakeline Mall Drive., Ste. 9L, Cedar Park. 512-593-5930. https://collectorscrossroads.com

Anniversaries: Perky Beans Coffee

Perky Beans Coffee reached its first anniversary in Leander on Nov. 2. The coffee shop sells coffee and espresso beverages, sandwiches, breakfast items and more. It is located at 2080 US 183, Ste. 210, Leander. 512-548-5050. https://perkybeanscoffee.com

In the news: Home Builders of Greater Austin and Bryson

Home Builders of Greater Austin will build its second Benefit Home project this year. The house will be built in the Bryson community in Leander and should be complete in five months, according to a release. The projects are built mostly using funds from HBA donations, and home sale proceeds will benefit the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society and HomeAid Austin. Chesmar Homes is the project builder. Bryson is located off US 183. www.liveatbryson.com
By Taylor Girtman
After interning with Community Impact Newspaper in 2019, Taylor Girtman became a reporter for the Cedar Park and Leander edition in February 2020.


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