Businesses now open and coming soon to San Marcos, Buda and Kyle

Mean Green Dumpster Rental and more businesses are coming to San Marcos, Buda and Kyle. (Courtesy Mean Green Dumpster Rental)
Mean Green Dumpster Rental and more businesses are coming to San Marcos, Buda and Kyle. (Courtesy Mean Green Dumpster Rental)

Mean Green Dumpster Rental and more businesses are coming to San Marcos, Buda and Kyle. (Courtesy Mean Green Dumpster Rental)



Now open

Mean Green Dumpster Rental opened in September at 895 S. Loop 4, Buda. The company services the surrounding areas of Buda, offering 20- to 40-foot roll-off dumpster rentals for waste management and junk removal. Dumpsters can be rented by residents, businesses and for construction sites. The customer service line is available 24 hours. 512-599-7988. www.meangreendumpsterrental.com

Plaza Las Rosas Gifts, an Austin-based traveling market, opened a retail location at the Tanger Outlets, 4015 I-35 S. Ste. 408, San Marcos. A grand opening celebration will be held Oct. 15 with poetry, writing, kids crafts and ornament-making workshops. Generally, Plaza Las Rosas Gifts holds pop-ups throughout Austin and exclusively carries artisan goods from local market vendors. It also partners with local businesses and hosts open-mic or music performances. www.plazalasrosas.com

Starbucks opened a new location in early Oct. at 19140 I-35, Kyle, within the Dry River District. The new store menu features classics and seasonal specials, such as the pumpkin spice latte, in a traditional walk-in cafe setting and a drive-thru. Customers can also order ahead through the Starbucks app. www.starbucks.com


Coming soon

Car Wash Express will open a new location in February at 233 Wonder World Drive, San Marcos. The car wash will feature a 120-foot automatic car wash and over 10 vacuum stations. The vacuums, towels and window cleaner will be free and provided to all customers.

Smoothie King will open a new location early 2022 at 200 N I-35 Ste. 100, San Marcos. The menu will feature the chain’s classic high-protein smoothies, blends under 350 calories per 20 ounces and 12-ounce smoothies for kids. www.smoothieking.com
By Zara Flores
Zara joined Community Impact Newspaper as a reporter in August 2021. Prior to CI, she interned at Picket Fence Media in Southern California and graduated from Cal State Fullerton where she was assistant news editor for the Daily Titan and copy editor for Tusk Magazine. Zara covers education, business, government and more for Buda, Kyle and San Marcos.


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