CrossFit Valor, located at 300 Brushy Creek Road, Ste. 501, Cedar Park, is bringing on Dustin Andrews as a co-owner and coach. Andrews is the former owner of Northside Fitness, 600 S. Bell Blvd., Unit 204, Cedar Park, which is closed upon the merge with CrossFit Valor on Sept. 1. The business offers CrossFit classes six days per week as well as open gym times daily. Other co-owners of the business are Lindsey and Dale Walker, Melissa and St ¢le Bj »rdal, and Julie Clawson. 512-630-0652. www.crossfitvalor.com
There are eight Yaghi's locations in the Austin area.
Trendmaker Homes Austin, a design studio that provides a range of appliances, countertops, fixtures and other interior and exterior features, opened Feb. 17.
Transportation updates from Cedar Park, Leander for February 2020
Leander’s first hotel—Holiday Inn Express and Suites Leander—will host an open house and ribbon-cutting Feb. 18
The former Austin mayor will become the founding dean at the University of Houston Hobby School of Public Affairs.
To meet district growth, Leander ISD’s board of trustees will discuss a staff recommendation that LISD approve 169.5 new positions for the 2020-21 school year.
South Street Villas, an 86-unit complex in Leander consisting of 43 for-rent duplexes, is currently under construction and is expected to open in the fall.
Three of four Cedar Park City Council incumbents plan to run for re-election; the fourth race will feature two challengers.
Two of three seats up for Upper Brushy Creek Water Control and Improvement District board of directors are uncontested.
Gensler Austin, an architectural and design firm, announced plans Feb. 13 to build a “Topgolf-style” robotics arena in Cedar Park.
Cedar Park City Council approved economic development incentive agreements totaling $202,500 for the introduction of a new business and the expansion of another in the city.