From a new Sephora in West Lake Hills to tennis training centers in Spicewood, here are the latest updates for residents to know on area businesses.

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Green Herbal Care

The CBD and Delta-8 THC dispensary opened a Bee Cave location in November. The Austin-based store has four other locations, including in North and South Austin.Meade Engineering

The Phoenix-based firm specializes in mechanical and electrical engineering, design and commissioning. The business is responsible for creating multiple data centers in Texas, which house large computer servers that process and store data for companies.Sephora

Sephora sells a variety of beauty products, such as cosmetics, skin care, body care, fragrance, nail color, beauty tools, body lotions and hair care.
  • Opened Jan. 29
  • The Village at Westlake, 701 S. Capital of Texas Hwy., West Lake Hills
Thrive Therapy of Texas

The clinician-owned speech and occupational therapy clinic owned by Tanya Manriquez offers speech, language, feeding, sensory and myofunctional therapy for adults and children.Elevated Wellness

Located in Lakeway, the wellness center and gift shop offers a team of individual practitioners versed in mental health therapy, massage therapy, wellness coaching and more alongside a wellness-focused boutique with goods from local artists.Coming soon

The Poke Hookup

Owners Mark and Lili Schulte’s poke restaurant is the first of its kind to serve up raw seafood in the Lakeway area. The restaurant will carry multiple protein options for raw seafood as well as chicken and tofu options.Body20

The fitness studio will open a Steiner Ranch location offering low-impact, muscle-stimulating workouts with the guidance of a personal trainer.
  • Opening March 25
  • 3810 North Quinlan Park, Ste. 160, Austin
Hill Country ONE Realty

Owned by Aubrey Shaw, the real estate firm specializes in residential and commercial real estate sales in the Hill Country.Infinite Fitness

The personal training studio owned by Jonas Acevado focuses on helping people gain strength and move better with workouts that are fun and suit individual client needs.Legend Tennis Center

A new tennis academy by owner and coach Kapil Rajurkar will include four tennis courts and offer tennis lessons for all ages
  • Opening late summer
  • 4200 Crawford Road, Spicewood
  • The business does not yet have a website.
Warby Parker

The store will offer glasses, sunglasses, contacts, eye exams and vision tests in Barton Creek Square in its location on the lower level of the mall next to Altar'd State.In the news

Journeys Kidz

The store is an extension of footwear retailer Journeys, and will offer shoes, apparel, backpacks, hats and accessories for infants to tweens. According to a project filed with the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation, the store will be located on the upper level of Barton Creek Square next to American Eagle.Shipp Family Dentistry

The family-owned dental office that celebrated its five year anniversary in December offers pediatric, cosmetic, preventative and emergency dental care.RK Audiology Westlake

The audiology clinic celebrates its five-year anniversary in October and offers hearing evaluations, as well as hearing device fittings and repairs.Valentine’s

The upscale women's clothing and accessory store will celebrate its 25th anniversary in February. The female- and family-owned business was founded by Teresa Windham, who works alongside her daughter, Kendle Windham.Closings

Bokabuku Boutique

The women’s clothing store currently located at the Hill Country Galleria in Bee Cave will relocate to Burnet.Capriotti’s Sandwich Shop

A popular chain featuring sandwiches made with quality meats and cheeses on fresh rolls closed due to underperformance in targeted sales, owner Julian King said.Copeland Jewelers

The jewelry store and repair shop Copeland Jewelers is closing after 40 years in business, following the retirement of owner Clay Copeland.IHOP

The international breakfast chain off MoPac across from Bee Caves Road stopped serving customers in the fall.Tiny Pies

The Austin-based bakery known for its scratch-made sweet pies, breakfast pies and empanadas permanently closed its Westlake location. Other locations include Lamar Union, Burnet Road and Waco, which will all remain open.