The new tenants will share the 10,300-square-foot Building C, according to the development’s owner, Ron McGuire of McGuire Custom Homes.
In total the business park includes seven warehouse-style buildings which can house up to 18 tenants, McGuire said.
Shower Doors of Austin, a business specializing in fabrication and installation of glass shower doors, moved into the development in early September and occupies approximately 5,500 square feet of space.
Professional development company Argument Driven Inquiry also recently took up residence in the building. The company trains educators to use an innovative instructional approach to teach science, McGuire said.
Z Wines, a supplier of high-quality imported wines to restaurants and venues, will move into the building next month, McGuire said.
Other tenants housed in the 41,000-square-foot development include CrossFit 737 and a personal woodworking shop.
Twenty-five thousand square feet remain open to interested businesses, McGuire said. Tenants will have the ability to customize their space according to their needs.
Nutty Brown Business Park is one of several developments to come online in the area. Just north of the development, construction continues on Belterra Village, a mixed-use development aiming to serve residents of Southwest Austin and Dripping Springs.