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May 2021 New Biz List

This list of new Southlake businesses is provided by the Southlake Department of Economic Development and Tourism to help you see what’s new and what’s coming into the Southlake market! Contact us by Email if are a new business coming into town or if you have any questions about our listings. You may also visit www.SelectSouthlake.com for other business information or follow us on Facebook for the latest business news.
Now Open

  • Peace Psychology Center – PEACE Psychology Center is a practice serving children, adolescents, caregivers, and families. Their goal is to provide compassionate and high-quality support services from experienced mental health and allied professionals, including child psychologists and therapists. PEACE recently opened at 1723 E. Southlake Blvd., Ste. 200. 214-531-7753 PEACEPsychologyCenter.com
  • Community Med Family Urgent Care – With locations spanning the North Texas area, they’re the urgent care clinic you can go to seven days a week to receive treatment for non-life-threatening injuries and illnesses. They’re also the center you can visit for walk-in school physicals, flu vaccinations, occupational medicine, and more. Community Med recently opened at 2315 E. Southlake Blvd., Suite 110. 817-502-9220 CommunityMedCare.com
  • Any Lab Test Now – Any Lab Test Now provides direct access to clinical, DNA, and drug and alcohol lab testing services, as well as phlebotomy and other specimen collection services, through our retail storefront business model. Just like any other retail business, our customers walk in, choose the lab tests they want and get tested.500 W. Southlake Blvd., Suite 134 – Lab Testing. 682-268-5522 AnyLabTestNow.com
  • Palm Beach Tan – Whether you want that “just off the beach” look or a light sun-kissed glow, you can trust The Tanning Experts at Palm Beach Tan to help you find your perfect shade. Palm Beach Tan recently opened at 1431 E. Southlake Blvd., Suite 521. 817-305-7005 PalmBeachTan.com
  • Action Behavior Centers – Action Behavior was founded in Austin, Texas to provide ABA therapy for children on the Autism Spectrum. Their goal isn’t to be the largest ABA therapy provider. It’s to be the best. Every day, their talented and committed team strives to help your child reach their highest potential. Action Behavior opened at 230 S. Nolen Drive. 817-402-8250 ActionBehavior.com
  • AN Modern Nails & Spa – AN Modern Nails & Spa is a professional Nail Salon in the Southlake area. They’ve offered a wide range of services and products to give you the elegant and fabulous look that you deserve. We are ready for giving you the perfect services, feel free to book an appointment or enjoy our walk-in services. AN Modern Nails & Spa recently opened at 2140 E. Southlake Blvd., Suite O. 682-477-4005 ANModernNailsSpa.com
Coming Soon

  • Five Below – 2910 E. Southlake Blvd. – Discount Retailer
  • Whistle Britches – 431 Grand Ave. East – Southlake Town Square – Restaurant
  • Westin Hotel – 1200 E. State Highway 114 – Hotel
  • Muchacho Comida Tex-Mex – Southlake Town Square – Restaurant
  • Tone Shop Guitars – 3220 W. Southlake Blvd. – Guitar Shop
  • Not Just Soccer – 611 E. Southlake Blvd. – Sports Retail
  • Texas Mind Science – 2118 E. State Hwy 114 – Medical Specialty
  • Black Rock Coffee Bar – 2305 E. Southlake Blvd. – Coffee & Specialty Drinks
  • Saint Bernard – Shops of Southlake – Retail Apparel
  • Jane. – Park Village – Coffee & Beverage Shop
  • Ono Poke – 2704 E. Southlake Blvd., Ste. 102 – Hawaii Poke & Salad
  • CAVA – 2175 E. Southlake Blvd., Suite 100 – Mediterranean Cuisine
  • Mikoto Ramen Bar & Sushi – 2310 W. Southlake Blvd., Suite 100 – Japanese Cuisine
  • Pinspiration – 2140 E. Southlake Blvd., Suite K – Arts and Crafts
  • RockBox Fitness – 100 N. Kimball Ave., Suite 105 – Fitness Studio

Southlake Business Spotlight – Spruce Home + Closet

We know those holiday decorations are coming down now and we’re all thinking about a little redecorating to bring in a better year. Let Spruce Home help you make this happen with any of their great home decor items or maybe a wardrobe makeover! They’ve got it all and they’re a great new small business! Learn more about them here in this video.

 

Southlake New Biz List August 2020

This list of new Southlake businesses is provided by the Southlake Department of Economic Development and Tourism to help you see what’s new and what’s coming into the Southlake market! Contact us by Email if are a new business coming into town or if you have any questions about our listings. You may also visit www.SelectSouthlake.com for other business information or follow us on Facebook for the latest business news.

Now Open

  • McIlvain & Associates, LLC – Whether you’re starting a new business venture or own a well-established organization, their talented CPAs and financial experts can help you leverage the right accounting and tax strategies to keep as much of your hard-earned profits as the law allows. Their team members have extensive backgrounds in the fields of taxes and accounting. They’re also proud, active members within the community. McIlvain & Associates recently opened at 1110 N. Kimball Avenue, Suite 100. McIlvain.net 817-545-1277
  • The Foundry Gym – The Foundry Gym, owned and established by Joseph Lea, is intended to offer members programming outside the box and allow them to explore functional fitness that serves them best, including programming from SOFlete, Spartan, and HYROX. All three programs are focused on enhancing the athlete’s fitness so that he or she can live the rest of their life even better. The Foundry Gym recently opened at 2120 E. Southlake Boulevard. TheFoundryGym.com 817-421-3539
  • Havertys – Shopping for stylish, high-quality furniture in Southlake? Havertys Furniture has everything you need from entire furniture sets to finishing accents and home décor. Tell the story of your home with the extensive selection of styles in our showroom including traditional, rustic, farmhouse, contemporary, mid-century modern and more. Havertys opens on August 21st in Southlake Corners at 250 N. Kimball Avenue, Suite 250. Havertys.com 817-722-3030
  • One Stop Nutrition – At One Stop Nutrition, they have always prided themselves on offering the highest quality products and knowledge to their health-conscious customers. From day one, they have rigorously stayed on the cutting edge of nutritional science and continually listened to their customer’s needs to become today’s premier spot for one stop shopping. One Stop Nutrition recently opened in Wyndham Plaza at 2704 E. Southlake Boulevard, Suite 101. OneStopNutrition.com 817-912-1107
  • Dalpha Capital Management – Dalpha Capital Management is an investment firm specializing in digital asset strategies. They recently opened their newly formed business at 620 N. Carroll Avenue, Suite 150. Dalpha.Capital
  • Graduate Coffee – We’re going to graduate! This is Graduate Coffee, a coffee shop that feels like a summer vacation but works as if it`s finals week. They’re elevating. It`s the start of a new class. Graduate Coffee recently opened at 1901 W. Southlake Boulevard, Suite 100. GraduateCoffee.com 817-912-1403
  • Soul Sweat Yoga – Owned by Melinda & Jayson Nag, Soul Sweat Hot Yoga opened its doors in 2016. Formerly known as Sumits Hot Yoga, the Nags created Soul Sweat as a great opportunity to restore and bring D/FW a fresh, upbeat HOT YOGA studio. Since opening in 2016, SSHY has won multiple awards, including Star-Telegram’s “Best Yoga Studio 2018” and FWTX “Best Yoga Studio” in 2020. Most recently, Soul Sweat Yoga opened at 1431 E. Southlake Boulevard, Suite 519. SoulSweatYoga.com 817- 410-3737
  • Top Fitness Store – Top Fitness Store is your trusted source for fitness equipment. When you buy exercise equipment from them, you will be investing in the best equipment from industry-leading brands. No matter your fitness level or goals, Top Fitness Store provides the tools needed to elevate your fitness lifestyle from the convenience of your home.Top Fitness recently opened in The Shops of Southlake at 1431 E. Southlake Boulevard, Suite 501. TopFitness.com 817-251-2569

City Partners with Business Owners to Launch Business Support Initiative

As businesses serve customers in a modified capacity, it is essential that plans to reopen are made with the intention to keep people safe.

The City of Southlake launched Southlake Safe as a business support initiative that was developed by the Economic Recovery Task Force for businesses to help maintain recommended safety guidelines and best practices to protect their employees and while serving their customers.

Safety and security are a top priority for the City of Southlake, and the Southlake Safe campaign is part of the efforts to maintain the safety of those who live, work and play in this world-class community. The partnership gives business owners an opportunity to show their commitment to providing a safe and clean environment by taking the Southlake Safe Pledge.

Participants who adopt the pledge receive a Southlake Safe Pledge Kit, which includes PPE essentials like a digital thermometer, face masks, hand sanitizer and a Southlake Safe decal to display in their place of business.

These businesses will be listed in the Southlake Safe business directory and receive a recurring spotlight feature that highlights among other participating businesses. This program is also completely free for Southlake businesses to sign up for.

“This is a great way for businesses to show customers and their employees that health and safety is a priority,” Director of Economic Development and Tourism Daniel Cortez said. “We have received a positive response and support for the program from the entire community. All of us are in this new world together doing the best we can to support our community during these challenging times and it’s important for us to work together for a Southlake Safe environment.”

Learn more at www.SouthlakeSafe.com.

McIlvain & Associates Breaks Ground on New Office in Southlake

McIlvain & Associates, a full-service accounting firm, hosted a groundbreaking ceremony November 19 for its future home in Southlake. The 5,994 square foot building will be located at 1110 North Kimball Avenue in the Highland Corner Office Park. Upon completion in Fall 2020, McIlvain & Associates will relocate its operations and 15 employees to the new building. Mitchell Builders of Southlake is the general contractor.

McIlvain & Associates has been located in Colleyville since 1997. According to Managing Partners Kelli Hoffman and Tasha Whiddon, when the time came to find a new space, choosing to purchase land on North Kimball in Southlake seemed like the perfect spot.

“Building and owning our office is a milestone for McIlvain & Associates,” Hoffman said. “This new space will give us room to expand and serve more clients.”

Founder Sandy McIlvain opened the doors of her CPA firm in 1988 with a vision to provide exceptional service, trusted expertise, and to create a family culture within her staff that truly cares for their clients. Thirty-one years later, her vision and succession plan has been realized. The firm continues to enjoy a respected role in the community and maintain steady growth.

For more information, call 817-545-1277 or visit www.mcilvain.net.

Southlake welcomes VariSpace to town

VariDesk is bringing a new workspace venture, VariSpace, to Southlake with the purchase of the former Vista at Solana.

The prime business location at SH 114 and Kirkwood offers easy access to North Texas highways and to DFW Airport making it a great location for growing businesses. The former Vista at Solana location was last occupied more than a decade ago, and while many opportunities to lease the space have been presented, VariSpace has proven to be a great fit for the space.

“Southlake is the perfect place for VariSpace,” said Southlake Mayor Laura Hill. “When we envisioned what kind of company would make this space come alive, this is what we had in mind: future-ready and forward-thinking. Congratulations to VariSpace on their success, and I’d like to be the first to welcome them to Southlake!”

VariSpace provides space as a service to companies seeking both long-and short-term lease flexibility. It provides VariDesk furnished office space for lease. VariDesk has recently found success with this concept with VariSpace Las Colinas. VariSpace Southlake expands on the concept of space-as-a-service, offering “turnkey” workspaces to companies looking for move-in-ready spaces along the SH 114 corridor.

“Our mission is to create workspaces that elevate people and VariSpace is taking that mission to the next level,” said Jason McCann, co-founder and CEO of VARIDESK.

“The response to VariSpace Las Colinas is validating our approach to space-as-a-service. The response has been incredible – practically fully leased out while still under construction. Now we’re ready to expand our vision to Southlake,” said McCann.

“We’re always looking to add quality businesses to the Southlake market and couldn’t be more excited to welcome VariSpace to their new home. We look forward to working with them and all the partners who utilize the space,” said Assistant City Manager Alison Ortowski.

Learn more about VariSpace on their website.

New and Notable Business Openings in Southlake

Spring has sprung and new businesses are popping up in Southlake. Hop your heart out at the newest trampoline park in town, stock up on natural cosmetics, savor Latin American flavors with a Texas twist and join a cult classic burger following. All of these exciting options are now available, so put a spring in your step and head to Southlake.

Kids of all ages and fitness levels will find no shortage of activities at Urban Air Adventure Park. More than a trampoline park, the indoor amusement park also features indoor go-karts, bumper cars, virtual reality, climbing walls, ropes course, Sky Rider Coaster (similar to a zip line) and much more. Show off your jumping skills on the ProZone Performance Trampoline (jump from an elevated platform), DropZone (giant inflatable airbag), Slam Dunk Zone (basketball + trampoline), Runway Tumble Track (trampoline lane) or Apex Trampolines (segmented trampolines on the floor and walls). There is even a designated trampoline area for kids seven and under, and a café for refueling on pizza and drinks. With weekly activities, birthday and special event bookings, and various membership levels and endless adventures for defying gravity, Urban Air Adventure Park is the go-to place. It is located at 2201 W. Southlake Boulevard.

Spring cleaning your cosmetics cabinet? Pay a visit to Lush and stock up on beauty and bath products made from preservative-free and organic ingredients. All Lush products are made by hand, include natural, fair-trade ingredients and are never tested on animals. From bath and shower to hair, face and body products, find them all at Lush, located in Southlake Town Square at 1431 Main Street.

Herencia brings new meaning to spring fever with its south-of-the-border spices and flavors. Meaning “heritage” in Spanish, Herencia pays homage to Latin recipes passed down from generations. Savor popular South and Central America dishes with a Texas twist—appetizers, salads, Texican entrées, “back yard Texas” grilled meats, tacos and enchiladas, and desserts. Herencia is located at 1431 E. Southlake Boulevard, Suite 551.

Shack fans, rejoice. Shake Shack is now in Southlake. The New York-based burger joint started as a hot dog cart stand and has now grown into a burger brand with a cult-like following, offering burgers, chicken, flat-top dogs, fries, frozen custard, drinks (including beer and wine), breakfast and even items for dogs. Shake Shack is located in Southlake Town Square at 125 Central Avenue.

Now with even more options for playing, eating and shopping, spring is a great time to get out, explore and find new favorites in Southlake. For a complete list of new and coming businesses, take a look at the New Biz List, published monthly by the City of Southlake Economic Development & Tourism Department.

City Council Reviews First Reading of the 2018 International Codes

Safety and security is always a top priority for the City of Southlake. It helps to promote a healthy and stable environment for our residents, visitors and businesses.  With the proper ordinances in place it can also help to regulate and control the use of occupancy, construction, repair, design and quality of materials used for buildings and structures within the City.

To ensure that the City continues to promote a safe and healthy environment, City Council had their first reading of the 2018 International Codes at their April 2 City Council meeting.

These codes were presented for adoption to provide regulations that safeguard public health and safety for the Southlake community.

Historically, the City adopted the International Code Council’s construction codes as local building codes with regional and local amendments; the codes are continually updated on the national level and published every three years.  The International Codes have been reviewed by the Regional Codes Coordinating Committee under the direction of the North Central Texas Council of Governments.  The NCTCOG recommended the City of Southlake to adopt these codes.

Building codes apply to virtually every type of structure from garages and houses to schools, churches, agricultural and commercial buildings.

The adoption includes the following codes: Building, Residential, Fire, Plumbing, Mechanical, Fuel Gas, Existing Building, Swimming Pool & Spa and Property Maintenance Codes.

The broad range of categories will be in place to help protect the health, property and welfare of the citizens of Southlake by ensuring that the codes are correctly enforced.

“The City provides effective building inspections and helps prevent violations by taking this proactive measure,” said Senior Director of Planning and Development Services, Ken Baker. “Enforcement of these ordinances is vital to establishing a safe and healthy community.”

The 2018 International Codes go into effect on May 1, 2019. City Council will have their second reading at the April 16 City Council meeting. All plans submitted to the City after the effective date must meet all 2018 International Code standards. For more information please visit our website.

New Biz List: March 2019

Would you like to know about the new businesses in town? If so, you are going to want to subscribe to the Economic Development New Biz List. The list not only gives you an update about recently opened businesses, but it will also tell you what’s coming to Southlake in the next few months.

  • Prism Dermatology: Prism Dermatology recently opened at 925 E. Southlake Boulevard, Suite 200.  They are the new premier provider of the latest medical and cosmetic skin care for the ultimate in skin health. At Prism, they individualized care for your unique skin profile and approach to skin wellness goes beyond the surface of “typical” dermatology. 817-329-1350 PrismDermatology.com
  • Obstacle Warrior Kids: Obstacle Warrior Kids opened at 2951 E. State Highway 114 in Gateway Plaza. Obstacle Warrior Kids is a place for kids to challenge themselves on a variety of obstacles in an indoor, climate-controlled environment. 817-749-0270 OWKSouthlake.com
  • Party & Glow: Party & Glow will open this week at 2140 E. Southlake Boulevard, Suite R. The business offers a unique and fun children’s party venue catering to girls ages 2-12 and offering many specialty themed parties hosted from beginning to end.  817-912-1522 PartyNGlow.com
  • Stretch Zone: Stretch Zone recently opened at 405 N. Carroll Avenue. Stretch Zone practitioners work with the stretch reflex and some lesser-known but extremely powerful principles of neuromuscular behavior. Utilizing their patented equipment, their stretch practitioners follow specific methods and protocols to properly position, stabilize, isolate and manipulate muscles in a scientific way. 817-612-7666 StretchZone.com
  • Southern Solar: Southern Solar recently opened in Cornerstone Business Park.  The business provides an environmentally friendly alternative to energy and they make it easy to simply use your smartphone or tablet to check the production of your solar panels. You can check this data on a day to day basis at your fingertips. 817-751-8911 SouthernSolarTX.com

Find out more here.