From new openings to coming soon, here are four business updates in Lewisville and Coppell.

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Planet Fitness

The gym has standard equipment, such as dumbbells, treadmills and machines, and offers different membership programs. Members can get a Planet Fitness Black Card where they will unlock additional perks, such as massage chairs, tanning beds and hydromassage.Isla Dental

The company offers dentistry for children, adults and families, according to its website. Services include preventive, restorative, cosmetic and emergency dentistry. Isla Dental is over 13 years old, and the Lewisville location is the company’s fifth storefront in the Dallas-Fort Worth area.Ventura Texas Marine

The business held a ribbon-cutting ceremony with the Lewisville Area Chamber of Commerce for its grand opening. Ventura sells bowriders, express cruisers, motor yachts and pontoons. The vessels are meticulously crafted for exceptional performance, style and reliability, according to the company website. Each boat is also equipped with a barbecue grill.

The company has been in business for 50 years.Coming soon

Carlson Gracie Carrollton

The Carlson Gracie Carrollton jiujitsu team is moving its gym to The Realm at Castle Hills, according to company staff.

Carlson Gracie Carrollton is a martial arts gym that teaches Brazilian jiujitsu classes for sport, fitness and self defense. The gym has operated along Trinity Square Drive in Carrollton since 2022 but announced last fall that it would be relocating to Lewisville, according to the company’s social media.

The gym’s programs range from fundamental to advanced, and in addition to martial arts instruction, they include fitness classes, private training, kids classes and a women's self defense class. The gym teaches both gi and no-gi jiujitsu, according to the company’s website. A gi is the traditional cloth garb worn by Brazilian jiujitsu practitioners and usually features pants and a jacket tied closed with a colored belt indicating their rank. In no-gi jiujitsu, practitioners wear basic athletic clothing.

The gym is named after and traces its lineage to Carlson Gracie, who was a renowned martial artist and nephew to one of the founders of Gracie Brazilian jiujitsu, according to the company’s website.