The Soup Peddler Real Food & Juice Bar will open its fourth Austin location by December.

The restaurant started with owner David Ansel providing bicycle delivery soup service 14 years ago in South Austin. Ansel found success and opened his first brick-and-mortar location in 2010. The new location is slated to open at 4631 Airport Blvd., Ste. 130.

"We're very excited about the Airport [Boulevard] store in particular because we have two south stores and a very, very far north store, and this will kind of close the gap," Ansel said.

The Soup Peddler will continue offering its soups, salads, sandwiches, smoothies, juices and counter service at the new location. Soup stocks and salad dressings are house made, and the smoothies are set apart by their unique ingredients, Ansel said.

"It's very special. There have been a lot of changes to the business over the years," Ansel said. "It's very hard to get fast, healthy and affordable [food] so we feel like we've done the best we can in terms of balancing those."

Ansel ended bicycle delivery service in July to focus more on the brick-and-mortar locations, he said. Patrons can still receive delivery from The Soup Peddler by ordering through Favor. Ansel said all existing locations will remain open.

Other impacts:

NOW OPEN—Matt McLaughlin began offering professional music lessons Aug. 1 through his new business McLaughlin School of Music at1402 W. North Loop Blvd. Children and adults of any experience level can learn piano, harp and music theory from teachers with degrees. Lessons are offered by appointment only. 512-337-2224

NOW OPEN—New church Catalyst of Austin held its first service Sept. 20 at 2610 W. 10th St. Pastor Steve Blake said the church is more relational than institutional with services that offer cafe-style seating. He said Catalyst of Austin began as a way to offer a culturally relevant church that still honors the life and teachings of Jesus. 512-298-2100

RELOCATIONS—Somaspace will move from its current location at 220 Lessin Lane to 2002 S. Congress Ave. on Nov. 9. The studio opened in 2009 and offers instruction in classical pilates, yoga and the gyrotonic method. 512-501-6885

NAME CHANGE—SkinFit Austin first opened in Aug. 1, 2011 at 2300 S. Lamar Blvd., but recently underwent rebranding and will now be known as POREspective. Founder Alissa Chasen still leads operations, having set in motion the rebranding and website relaunch on the company's four-year anniversary to make the company more unique and let customers know her commitment to treating acne, Chasen said. POREspective provides each customer with an at-home treatment system to address his or her needs as well as nutrition and lifestyle modifications. 512-699-9905