Business roundup: several new businesses now open in the Bee Cave Area

The Bee Cave area saw the addition of four new businesses since the end of summer.

The Bee Cave area saw the addition of four new businesses since the end of summer.

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Since the end of summer, several new businesses have opened in the Bee Cave area. From retail to daycare, here's a breakdown of new establishments.

The Caravan Co-Op will celebrate its grand opening at the Hill Country Galleria on Sept. 13. The women’s fashion boutique located at 12801 Hill Country Blvd., Ste. C1-114, will feature clothing, jewelry, art, home decor and gifts. The shop is a collaboration among three women-opened mobile Texas fashion trucks: To The Moon, Urban Izzy and Ramblin’ Rose Co. Owners Sarah Platt, Caitlan Lochridge and Paige Plaisance will curate items from up to 30 local vendors at a time, according to a press release by public relations firm Giant Noise. Currently, the company does not have a phone number. www.thecaravancoop.com

Athleta opened its third Austin location at the Hill Country Galleria on Sept. 17. The women’s athletic wear company offers attire designed for exercise, yoga, travel and more. The storefront will be located next to Café Blue at 1200 Hill Country Blvd., Ste. G-120, Bee Cave.“Athleta will celebrate its grand opening with its first free community yoga class on the Central Plaza Lawn on Sept. 21,” according to a press release from public relations firm, Giant Noise.512-263-4350.
www.athleta.gap.com

Educational childcare center Kiddie Academy of Bee Cave will celebrate its grand opening Oct. 12 at 16003 W. Hwy. 71, Bee Cave. Parents and children are invited to participate in the ribbon-cutting ceremony and celebratory event. The new facility has the capacity to serve 190 students between the ages of 6 weeks and 12 years old, according to a press release. Kiddie Academy provides full-time care, before- and after-school care and summer camps.“We believe that opportunities to teach and expand young minds present themselves every day and everywhere,” President Greg Helwig said. “Kiddie Academy empowers children with valuable tools to help make the most of those opportunities.” 512-379-7929. www.kiddieacademy.com/academies/bee-cave/

Java Dive Organic Café opened Aug. 25 at the Hill Country Galleria at 12800 Galleria Circle, Ste. 101, Bee Cave. The coffee café, which was originally announced as a PopRock Austin Pop-Up Restaurant concept, offers fair-trade organic coffee smoothies, and breakfast and lunch options.“The café prides itself on offering food that is prepared and baked daily and made with organic, nonprocessed ingredients of the highest quality,” according to a press release by the Hill Country Galleria. Java Dive previously operated out of its Lakeway location on RR 620. 512-861-2242. www.javadivecafe.com
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