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Salon Evolution, one of the corridor’s handful of high-end salons and spas, is adding to the Sheepshead Bay Road business exodus and is set to leave the 1722 Sheepshead Bay Road storefront on January 1.

The business has announced that it is relocating way down to the other end of the waterfront, at 3075 Emmons Avenue, near the corner of Brown Street.

While the store’s management and clientele might be moving, the salon’s equipment and storefront are for sale. This listing shows that they’re asking for $100,000 for a full turn-key salon business, with all the equipment included. Rent is $9,000 a month.

That’s a lot of split ends, ain’t it?

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  • Murry

    I wonder if any of the store owners heard of a BROOM. Totally shameful. I looked at some pictures taken years ago of this block, like night and day, clean as a whistle. They are either blind or just pigs. I haven’t been in one of these stores in years.

  • stranger

    Can’t fathom why you would ever want to move your business to that end of Emmons Avenue. Are they looking to supply the local nursing homes, service the many traditional native Brooklynites there, branch out to the motel market, or stay close to home and serve the retired Russian Americans by the Theater? I couldn’t help but feel like their current location was perfect. Granted, the store may have been a little too over indulgent..

  • nicole

    I’VE BEEN THEIR CLIENT FOR MANY YAERS,IM SOOOOO HAPPY THAT THEY INVESTED IN THEIR OWN BUILDING AND MOVED OUT! Very smart move! They have their own clientle and don’t need the garbage from sheepshead bay rd.(since someone mentioned the garbage) :)