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Two Local Businesses Moving

About a week late with this one but figured it was worth mentioning. Two local businesses, Salon Fiber and Phoenix Karate, will have new locations in the next couple of months. Salon Fiber, currently located at 224 Bridge St., is moving to a "smaller, 'intimate' location at 245 Taylor Alley." It opens at its new location on Wednesday, March 5, with a grand opening celebration during First Friday festivities on April 4.

Moving into 224 Bridge St. will be Phoenix Karate. The move will allow Phoenix Karate to hold two classes simultaneously. There is talk of keeping their current location, at 243 Bridge St., open as well.

Source: The Phoenix

Comments

Anonymous said…
I hate that Salon Fiber is moving from Bridge. They had a hip storefront.
Anonymous said…
Do we really need two karate classes going on at the same time on bridge street?!?!

Seems like a huge waste of prime real estate!
Mike2131 said…
I was never at Fiber, but the previous poster is right. It definitely had a hip, urban look to it - just what Bridge Street needed.
Anonymous said…
I hate that they moved too but if your looking for a great cut/color... make an appointment with Mitty. She's a doll!!!
Anonymous said…
Damn, I just heard mitty left Salon Fiber. Anyone know where she went?
Nate said…
Mitty is now at AME in Wayne. Her former co-worker (and my stylist) "Coz" got her a job there.

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