From what's coming to what's leaving, anniversaries, openings and more, here are 18 business updates for residents of the Lake Travis and Westlake areas.

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Cedarwood Financial Partners

The wealth management practice provides investment advice and portfolio management to individuals, families and businesses. The national firm also has offices in Houston and Temple.Lake Travis Chiropractic

The clinic is run by Ryan Smith, who has served the area for 15 years, and his longtime clinic director Andrea Montgomery. Smith said he specializes in gentle, personalized results-orientated chiropractic care.Volente Beach Resort & Waterpark

The seasonal waterpark connected to restaurant Beachside Billy’s opened for the summer. The waterpark is open on weekends until May 27, when it will open Tuesday through Sunday for the rest of the season, which runs through the last weekend in September. All tickets provide access to the park’s four water slides, main pool deck and Pirate Ship Splash Zone plus live music, multiple bars and sand volleyball.Stream Wealth Partners

The financial planning and asset management service provider opened its new headquarters in Lakeway. The firm offers financial planning services such as wealth management, planning for education, estate and business, and long-term care and life insurance planning.Iron Wolf Ranch & Distillery

The distillery celebrated the opening of The Den, a second building on the property offering an indoor lounge and bar alongside a new stage. The upgraded facility allows for more large-scale events with capacity for up to 2,000 people.Coming soon

Frontier Infusion Center

The medical infusion center will treat over 50 conditions by administering medicine directly into a patient’s bloodstream through an IV. The center will offer a wide range of infusions,​​ including antibiotics and medications for arthritis, excluding chemotherapy drugs.Flycatcher

A new men-centric medical spa will begin offering non-invasive aesthetic treatments to Spicewood. Founder Chris Heiler said services will include laser hair removal, skin tightening and treatments targeting sun damage, age lines and acne.Travis Club Golf Course

Officials broke ground April 23 on an 18-hole golf course at Travis Club, a 1,500-acre master-planned community under construction in Spicewood. The golf course with a par 72 layout will also include a practice facility, comfort stations and the Golf House, a social outlet.Lash and Company

The spot will offer lash and brow services, as well as cosmetic injectables, laser hair removal and tanning treatments. The Colorado-based franchise has multiple new locations slated for Texas, including one open in The Woodlands, according to its website.Nothing Bundt Cakes

The dessert bakery is setting up shop in Bee Cave in the Shops at the Galleria in the former suite of Cesar Custom Tailor Shop. This will be the ninth Austin location for the national franchise, which offers bundt cakes in a variety of flavors and sizes as well as a selection of retail items, including party supplies, decor and gifts.Perspire Sauna Studio

The new Hill Country Galleria location will have 10 private infrared sauna rooms, each with red light therapy, color therapy and televisions, according to owners Pete and Lindsay Mittelholzer. Half of the rooms also have showers, cold contrast therapy and salt therapy. Perspire is a national franchise with studios in nearly 20 states.Relocations

A New Day Childhood Development Center

The Spicewood preschool plans to move into a new, larger building on the same road in July. The old location at 5014 Bee Creek Road will close the same month the new one opens. The center offers educational services for children ages 12 months to five years.The Hive

The Bee Cave Arts Foundation’s art center and exhibition space will move to a new location within the Hill Country Galleria. The location displays art from local artists and students and offers a children’s art area, art classes and summer camps. The organization held an opening reception May 18, after press time.Anniversaries

Raising Canes

The fast food chain celebrated 10 years in the Rollingwood area in May. The restaurant is known for its chicken fingers as well as sweet tea, lemonade, Texas toast and Cane’s sauce.In the news

Nike Running Studio

The popular athletic brand has plans to debut one of several boutique fitness studios planned for the Austin area at the Hill Country Galleria in September, according to a filing with the Texas Department for Licensing and Regulation. While a company representative did not immediately respond to a request for comment, the website states the running studios will offer classes to build endurance and strength.Wingstop

The wing restaurant chain will complete construction on a new Lakeway location by June, according to a filing with TDLR. The restaurant offers chicken wings with a variety of wing rubs, including lemon pepper, hickory smoked barbecue, garlic parmesan and more.Closings

Blue Dahlia Bistro

The Westlake location closed after over a decade of service in the area. Blue Dahlia offered an array of diverse dishes such as crab cake eggs benedict and savory mushroom crepes. The San Marcos location will remain open.Summer Moon Coffee

A company representative confirmed that after six years of business, the owner decided not to renew the lease. Other locations in Steiner Ranch and Cedar Park will remain open, serving the shop's signature oak-roasted coffee drinks and pastries.