New tenants coming to 1890 Ranch in Cedar Park

Salata features 45 different toppings, including vegetables and fruits.

Salata features 45 different toppings, including vegetables and fruits.

Mattress retailer Mattress 1 One and fast-casual eatery Salata will be new tenants at a new freestanding building at 1890 Ranch.

Charlie Northington, managing principal with Endeavor Real Estate Group, said Mattress 1 One has signed a lease to be one of two tenants in a 6,500-square-foot freestanding facility currently under construction near the Toll 183A frontage road at 1890 Ranch. The building is expected to be complete in the second quarter of 2016, according to Endeavor documents.

Northington said Salata is expected to finalize its lease within the week. Salata and Mattress 1 One will be the sole tenants in the building.

Salata offers custom salads made-to-order with more than 50 topping choices, as well as 10 different salad dressings. The eatery also offers wraps, soups and desserts. Salata locations can be found in Austin and Round Rock.

Mattress 1 One has more than 150 locations in Florida and in Texas. Brands sold at the stores include Tempur-Pedic, Beautyrest, Sealy and Serta.
By Lyndsey Taylor
After graduating from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Lyndsey began working as a reporter for the Northwest Austin edition of Community Impact Newspaper in 2012. During her time as a reporter, she has covered Round Rock ISD, health care in the Austin metro area and Austin Community College. She was promoted to editor of the Cedar Park| Leander edition in 2015 and covers city and education news, including Leander ISD.


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