Check out the latest on these 18 businesses in the area.

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McKalla station

Part of CapMetro’s Red Line, the new commuter rail stop opened near the Q2 Stadium parking lot. Riders can buy their tickets on the CapMetro App or at most H-E-B stores.Swatch

Founded in 1983 by Nicolas G. Hayek, Swatch opened at Domain Northside and began offering a variety of watches for men, women and children. Options range from classics and themed collections, such as The Simpsons and Year of the Dragon, to watches designed for scuba divers and space-themed options. The store is located between The North Face and Joybird, near the Northside Lawn.Volvo Cars Hill Country

The luxury car dealership sells new and preowned Volvo cars and SUVs, plus offers a variety of maintenance and repair services.Mala Chili

The restaurant’s menu features Szechuan-style Chinese food, including meat, seafood and vegetable dishes, plus dumplings, egg rolls, rice and noodles.SkinSpirit

The West Coast-based medical spa opened its third Austin-area location in late January, offering aesthetic services such as Botox, dermal fillers, SkinHive hydration boosters, PDO threads, hair restoration treatments and more.Eye Level Lakeline Tutoring Center

Students at the center undergo individual assessments to identify their strengths and areas of improvement, which instructors use to tailor student curriculum.Year-round accelerated math and English study programs are also available for pre-K through ninth-grade students.Texas Children’s Hospital North Austin

Along with an emergency room and urgent care center, the hospital offers neonatal and pediatric intensive care services, gynecological services, a labor and delivery unit, operating rooms, renal dialysis and a sleep center.Lazeez Mediterranean Food

Owned by Bilal AlJalam, the restaurant serves a variety of Mediterranean dishes, such as falafel, dolma, kibbeh and more. The first location will remain open at 6812 RM 620, Austin.Fyzical Therapy & Balance Centers

The center offers a range of physical and vestibular balance therapies, including orthopedic rehabilitation for arthritis or nerve pain, neurological rehabilitation, fitness and wellness programs, and more.Versace

The international Italian fashion storefront sells luxury bags, men's and women’s clothing, children’s attire, home accessories, and more. Versace is one of the latest shops to be added to The Domain’s multimillion-dollar renovation lineup.Si Jie Special Noodle

The Asian fusion restaurant from northern California features noodle dishes cooked in pots over hot cobblestones. Other menu items include dumplings, meat kebabs, seafood barbecue, sake, beer and wine.Beyond Cabinet & Stone

The business provides a variety of cabinetry and countertop remodeling services, as well as 3D-designed models prior to installation.Advantage Storage

Self-storage facility Advantage Storage features climate-controlled units with security and access controls. The facility is open seven days a week, and no deposits or long-term leases are required.Coming soon

Hobby Lobby

Arts and crafts retail store Hobby Lobby is on track to open the 58,000-square-foot space that was home to the former Randalls in Braker Village. Randalls closed in mid-February due to underperformance, company officials said.Happy Lamb Hot Pot

The hot pot restaurant will serve seafood and meat cooked in a soup base, with the option of adding vegetables and noodles.Zadok Jewelers

The Houston-based brand will bring its first store outside of Houston. It will feature four watch brand boutiques, multiple luxury brand spaces, sitting areas and a lounge.Expansions

Austin Children’s Academy

The Montessori school is expanding into the building next door, adding an activity room, a training center and two classrooms for its new elementary program. Austin Children's Academy features a variety of infant, toddler and primary programs, plus enrichment programs, summer programs, after-school tutoring and more.Closings

18 Bent Oak Winery

After eight years, the winery’s tasting room closed following the retirement of its owners Debbie Bruce, Audrey Catalano, Marilee Catalano and CEO John Catalano. Online sales and pickup orders will continue until new ownership takes over.