Ten businesses that have opened since March in Lewisville, Flower Mound, Highland Village

Jungle Castle opened July 4 in Flower Mound. (Courtesy Jungle Castle)
Jungle Castle opened July 4 in Flower Mound. (Courtesy Jungle Castle)

Jungle Castle opened July 4 in Flower Mound. (Courtesy Jungle Castle)

1. AutoZone Auto Parts opened its first Flower Mound location in mid-March at 1441 Justin Road, Flower Mound. The store offers its Loan-a-Tool program, battery changing and testing services, engine light checks and oil recycling. 469-455-8935. www.autozone.com

2. The Sharma Group—Compass Real Estate opened a new office in early May at 870 Long Prairie Road, Ste. 250, Flower Mound. Compass provides a digital platform for the purchase and sale of residential properties. 940-594-1862. www.compass.com

3. Three Dog Bakery opened in late May at 5810 Long Prairie Road, Ste. 600, Flower Mound. The business makes oven-baked biscuits, bagels and pastries for dogs. It also offers all-natural dog food, celebration cakes and treats. 817-310-3364. http://threedog.com/

4. River Walk Dental opened May 28 at 4271 Esplanade Place, Ste. 120, Flower Mound. The office provides routine dental appointments, restorative treatments and children’s dentistry. 469-444-8464. www.riverwalkdentaltx.com

5. Lifestyle Furniture opened June 7 at 2414B S. Stemmons Freeway, Lewisville. The store offers contemporary home furnishings as well as mattresses and box springs. 469-968-5004


6. Jungle Castle opened July 4 at 1901 Long Prairie Road, Flower Mound. The jungle-themed indoor playground features multiple levels, a tube slide and a ball pit as well as various other games. Due to the pandemic, the business is limiting capacity in play sessions and is deep-cleaning the facility after each session or every two hours. 469-968-8009. www.junglecastleplaycenter.com

7. Rockbox Fitness opened July 20 at 1141 Flower Mound Road, Ste. 600, Flower Mound. It offers boxing, kickboxing and functional training for its members. The business also hosts weight-loss challenges and offers nutrition assistance and accountability coaching. 469-221-9040. www.facebook.com/rockboxflowermound

8. Ulta Beauty opened a new location Aug. 14 at 420 E. Round Grove Road, Ste. 425, Lewisville. The combination store-salon offers beauty products as well as hair and eyebrow services. 469-455-2402. www.ulta.com/beautyservices

9. Galactic Gallery opened its doors this September for visitors on an appointment-only basis. The art gallery, housed in a recently constructed 5,000-square-foot space, focuses on displaying unique pieces with ties to pop culture. It also displays and sells original art, posters and more. 214-763-1646. http://galacticgallery.com/

10. Lakeside Urban Grocery opened in August at 2500 Lakeside Parkway, Ste. 100, Flower Mound. The store sells regular groceries as well as specialty items for vegan, keto, gluten-free and organic diets. The store has an outdoor patio and offers grab-and-go meals from caterers. 214-513-4000. www.lakesideurbangrocery.com Correction: A previous version of this article misstated when Lakeside Urban Grocery would open. It opened in August.


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