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Here is a roundup of business and development news around Pearland and Friendswood.
Southside Boardshop opened at 19760 Gulf Freeway, Webster, inside Baybrook Square, in August. Owner Eric Visentin began skating in the late 1980s in his hometown in Seabrook and bought a South Houston skate park in 2007. The business has grown, and the new location is a full-service skate shop that sells apparel and gear and repairs skateboards. The boardshop’s Webster location is its third. 832-932-5010. www.southsideskatepark.com
Paradise Boba Tea and Restore Hyper Wellness are set to open by the end of the year at DeVargas Center mall in two neighboring exterior spaces previously occupied by Lightvessel Spa.
Restore Hyper Wellness is an Austin, Texas-based proactive wellness chain established in 2015. It has expanded to 105 stores in 31 states, with 26 more locations labeled as “coming soon” on the company's website.
“I love the idea of the whole wellness approach, not spa kitschy,” said Katy Fitzgerald, senior project manager for Fidelis Realty Partners, which owns and operates DeVargas Center.