1. Local prebiotic beverage brand Mayawell launched a summer pop-up June 7. Moment by Mayawell will serve as a cafe, shop and community center for wellness-centered brands and artists in Austin. The pop-up serves coffee from Lady Elaine and natural wines from The Meteor and Easy Wine, as well as offerings from Gati Ice Cream, Lucky Lime and others. During the four months it is open, it will also host events including art installations, planter tutorials and mixology classes. 2609 E. Cesar Chavez St., Austin. www.drinkmayawell.com

2. Rastegar Property Co. announced its purchase of Windsor Park apartment complex Velo Flats, 2606 Wheless Lane, Austin, on May 11. The real estate investment firm plans to redevelop the property, which was built in 1972. Velo Flats includes 70 units, bringing the total number of units Rastegar Property Co. owns and operates in Windsor Park to 200. 512-729-7777. www.rastegarproperty.com

3. Texas Farmers' Market at Mueller is relocating to the pavilion of Mueller's Mary Elizabeth Branch Park on June 27. Previously located at the Browning Hangar, the pavilion offers more than 19,800 square feet of market space near the Aldrich Street shopping and entertainment district. The market is open each Sunday from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. 2006 Philomena St., Austin. www.texasfarmersmarket.org

4. Art nonprofit Women & Their Work will host the grand opening of its permanent gallery space at 1311 E. Cesar Chavez St., Austin, on June 10. Previously located at a leased space at 1710 Lavaca St., Women & Their Work purchased and began renovations on the historic East Austin property in 2020. A grand opening art sale will feature work by Tre Arenz, Melissa Miller, Margo Sawyer and others. Additionally, the gallery's inaugural exhibition, "We Know Who We Are. We Know What We Want," curated by Vicki Meek, will be on display from July 24-Sept. 21. www.womenandtheirwork.org