New car wash opens in Leander and 4 more local business updates

BB Shine’s Express Car Wash held its grand opening Feb. 6-7 at 11560 Hero Way West, Leander. (Courtesy BB Shine’s Express Car Wash)
BB Shine’s Express Car Wash held its grand opening Feb. 6-7 at 11560 Hero Way West, Leander. (Courtesy BB Shine’s Express Car Wash)

BB Shine’s Express Car Wash held its grand opening Feb. 6-7 at 11560 Hero Way West, Leander. (Courtesy BB Shine’s Express Car Wash)

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The new Facilities Resource Inc. headquarters, located at 1619 Scottsdale Drive, Cedar Park, will be a 25,000-square-foot building. (Rendering courtesy Facilities Resource Inc.)
Now open: BB Shine’s Express Car Wash

BB Shine’s Express Car Wash held its grand opening Feb. 6-7 at 11560 Hero Way West, Leander. The car wash offers top-of-the-line equipment and chemicals, according to owners Greg Breed and Steve Best. Monthly memberships are available. 512-528-4040. www.bbshines.com

Now open/Relocation: Domino's Pizza

Domino's Pizza, located at 306 S. Bell Blvd., relocated March 1 to 2116 E. Park St., Cedar Park. The location has a pickup window, delivery and carryout options. Medium one-topping pizzas will be $3.99 for pickup only over the first few weeks in the new location, according to owner Mason Burnham. 512-651-3512. www.dominos.com

Now open: My Eyelab


My Eyelab opened March 1 at 1400 E. Whitestone Blvd., Ste. 400, Cedar Park. The company offers telehealth-based eye exams; contact lenses; and glasses for men, women and children. 512-995-7670. www.myeyelab.com/locations/cedar-park

Coming soon/Relocation: Facilities Resource Inc.

Facilities Resource Inc. broke ground on its headquarters’ relocation to Cedar Park on Feb. 11. The new headquarters, located at 1619 Scottsdale Drive, Cedar Park, will be a 25,000-square-foot building and feature an office showroom with public-use meeting space, an event center and a warehouse. Construction is expected to be complete in September, according to Darren Ross, the company's business development manager. 512-371-1232. www.facilitiesresourceinc.com

Coming soon: RE/MAX 1

A new RE/MAX office is planning to open March 31 at 1335 E. Whitestone Blvd., Ste. Y200, Cedar Park. The office will have a team of licensed real estate experts and support staff members. 512-337-2043. www.yourremax1.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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