Salon Relocates to RXR Development in Downtown New Rochelle
RXR Realty, the master developer of Downtown New Rochelle, NY, signed salon Hair House to a 1,200-square-foot, 10-year lease to occupy the ground-floor retail space at 360 Huguenot, its 28-floor luxury residential and retail development downtown. The salon will relocate from its current location in Pelham Bay, Bronx.
Founded by Dana Fiore, Hair House has been in business for five years, with staff providing haircuts and hair color for a wide range of customers, including public figures like Katie Couric and Amanda Seales. In addition to traditional haircuts, styling and coloring, the new location will include space for wrap-around services including massages, facials, and skin care treatments.
“Hair House’s relocation to New Rochelle reflects a larger trend of small businesses moving to Westchester due to affordability, a growing customer base and easy access to transit,” said Whitney Arcaro, EVP, head of marketing & retail leasing, RXR Realty.
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Since 1999, Paul has volunteered as the newsletter editor of passenger rail advocacy groups (one national, one local).