North Central Austin business news: Local company leases 105,000 square feet of office space at The Grove and more area updates

Auctane, an Austin-based shipping software company, will move its offices to The Grove development in 2021. (Courtesy Justin Wallace)
Auctane, an Austin-based shipping software company, will move its offices to The Grove development in 2021. (Courtesy Justin Wallace)

Auctane, an Austin-based shipping software company, will move its offices to The Grove development in 2021. (Courtesy Justin Wallace)

Here is the latest business news from north Central Austin.

1. Breakfast eatery Another Broken Egg Cafe will open a location at 8012 Mesa Drive, Austin, according to the company’s website. Another Broken Egg Cafe specializes in breakfast and brunch offerings, with a menu featuring pancakes, french toast, specialty omelets, sandwiches and more. www.anotherbrokenegg.com

2. Heartsong Music announced Aug. 22 it has closed its location at 2700 W. Anderson Lane, Ste. 320, Austin, and will be moving to a new space in 2021. Carey Youngblood founded the music studio focused on educating young children in 2004. Until the center can open again and safely offer in-person classes next year, it will continue offering online and outdoor classes. 512-371-9506. www.heartsongmusic.net

3. Yard Bar, located at 6700 Burnet Road, Austin, is celebrating its five-year anniversary in September. Owner Kristen Heaney opened the dog park, bar and restaurant space in 2015. Its kitchen is open for takeout and outdoor dining daily from noon-9 p.m., and the dog park is open for members only. 512-900-3773. www.yardbar.com

4. The Greater Austin Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, located at 3601 Far West Blvd., Ste. 204, Austin, announced Diana Maldonado as its new president and CEO on July 23. Maldonado is a graduate of St. Edward's University who served six years on the Round Rock ISD board of trustees and two years as a member of the Texas House of Representatives from District 52 in Williamson County. 512-476-7502. www.gahcc.org


5. Rivery Dental opened in the Crescent development, 6929 Airport Blvd., Ste. 164, Austin, on June 29. Dr. Michelle Wang first opened her dental practice in Georgetown before expanding to the second location in Austin. 512-626-7019. www.riverydental.com

6. Blue Genie Art Bazaar, located at 6100 Airport Blvd., Ste. C, Austin, announced Aug. 19 it has launched a new online store. The new web-based store offers art and gifts from more than 50 artists, and orders ship each Monday and Friday. The bazaar plans to return in 2020 to its storefront, which opens annually from late November through Christmas Eve. www.bluegenieartbazaar.shop

7. Auctane, a company that operates software brands ShipStation, ShippingEasy, ShipEngine and ShipWorks, has signed a lease for 105,385 square feet of office space at The Grove at Shoal Creek, 4301 Bull Creek Road, Austin. Auctane CEO Bryan Jones said the space will give Auctane the ability to bring all its employees together in a centralized space rather than having them work in different offices across the city. The space is expected to be ready for employees to move in around June 2021. 512-360-0601. www.thegroveatx.com, www.auctane.com
By Jack Flagler
Jack is the editor of Community Impact Newspaper's Central Austin and Southwest Austin editions. He began his career as a sports reporter in Massachusetts and North Carolina before moving to Austin in 2018. He grew up in Maine and graduated from Boston University, but prefers tacos al pastor to lobster rolls. You can get in touch at jflagler@communityimpact.com


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