21 Georgetown businesses that opened in 2020 or are coming soon

Jeff Manley (left) and Jusak Yang Bernhard own both Wag Heaven locations, the second of which opened downtown in 2020. (Sally Grace Holtgrieve/Community Impact Newspaper)
Jeff Manley (left) and Jusak Yang Bernhard own both Wag Heaven locations, the second of which opened downtown in 2020. (Sally Grace Holtgrieve/Community Impact Newspaper)

Jeff Manley (left) and Jusak Yang Bernhard own both Wag Heaven locations, the second of which opened downtown in 2020. (Sally Grace Holtgrieve/Community Impact Newspaper)

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Longhorn Mac Repair first launched in 2011. (Courtesy Longhorn Mac Repair)
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Discount store chain Five Below opened in Wolf Ranch in 2020. (Courtesy Five Below)
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Coreena’s Bridal Boutique opened downtown in 2020. (Sally Grace Holtgrieve/Community Impact Newspaper)
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Prima Dora sells unique gifts by local artists. (Courtesy Prima Dora)
These retailers opened in 2020 or are coming in 2021. This list is not comprehensive.

BEAUTY

Jonah Salon & Co.

127 Jonah Loop

512-639-4880


www.jonahsalon.com

BRIDAL

Coreena’s Bridal Boutique

806 S. Rock St.

512-240-5373

www.coreenasbridal.com

To Have and To Hold

215 W. Eighth St.

512-688-2369

www.tohaveandtoholdaustin.com

CLOTHES/SHOES

Versona

1021 W. University Ave.

512-819-1992

www.shopversona.com

Hippie West

432-208-5638

www.hippiewest.com

ELECTRONICS

Longhorn Mac Repair

1013 W. University Ave., Ste. 165

512-902-3789

www.longhornmacrepair.com

Verizon

1225 I-35, Ste. 101

512-876-2005

www.verizonwireless.com

GIFTS

Johnson Woods Ranch

702-249-3119

www.johnsonwoodsranch.com

Foundry42

712 S. Austin Ave.

512-828-9001

http://f42home.com

HOME/OFFICE

180 Office Solutions

3879 E. University Ave., Ste. 101

512-992-0392

www.180office.com

Anchor Floors

4405 Williams Drive

737-201-7523

https://anchorfloors.com

Harbor Freight Tools

900 N. Austin Ave.

737-980-9090

www.harborfreight.com

Prima Forme

103 N. Austin Ave., Ste. 205

512-915-1187

www.primaforme.com

UltiMattress

1225 I-35

877-360-8584

https://ultimattress.com

MEDICAL

Hear It All

4859 Williams Drive, Ste. 109

512-357-8000

https://hearitall.us

Texas Medicare Shop

3010 Williams Drive, Ste. 138

512-887-1030

www.texasmedicareshop.com

OTHER

Five Below

1019 W. University Ave., Ste. 800

512-991-3076

www.fivebelow.com

Georgetown Sign Co.

2522 Shell Road, Ste. D

512-686-4280

https://georgetownsign.com

PETS

Pet Paradise

716 I-35

512-298-3400

www.petparadise.com/georgetown.htm

Wag Heaven

205 W. Sixth St., Ste. 115

512-887-5037

www.wagheaven.com


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