New Columbia City Businesses…(kind of)

10345993_10205435363350441_2605288595004544499_nFor about the past week or so, the windows have been covered at the former salon at Rainier and Edmunds which had been vacant since Exclusive Persistent Image relocated shortly after a car drove into the attached Fashion Nails Salon about 7 months ago (not to be confused with the other 3 cars that have driven into Columbia City buildings since then). Today, the good people at Columbia City Cuts and Barbers (located in the back section of Retroactive Kids) announced that they are taking over the space with a new storefront, The Parlour:

We’re excited to finally tell you, The Parlour is now open!

With some hard work, dedication and your support, Shelly has been able to open a new barber shop/salon. You’ll find us near the corner of Edmunds and Rainier, next to La Medusa. Right in the heart of Columbia City.

The Parlour is open to fulfill all your needs for cuts, shaves, and color. It’s styled in a way to make your appointment as comfortable as possible. With this we ask that kids that require a booster or would like to have a ride in the firetruck for their haircuts continue to book with Dina and Pam.

Online booking with schedulicity and the 206-664-1964 phone number will remain the same for booking appointments with Shelly and Jen. You will find us in the Parlour store front on Rainier.

You can still find Dina and Pam at the Columbia City Cuts snuggled inside Retroactive kids, just call 206-307-1721 to book your appointments

We appreciate your business and your patience through transitional period.

Stay warm & healthy

The ladies at the Parlour and Columbia City Cuts & Barbers

Also coming to a Columbia City 10367594_10205435231787152_5125076213293455005_nstorefront is Alma, a local jewelry and accessory pop up run by Julie Andres (formerly of La Medusa) who managed to score a window display at 3806 S. Ferdinand for the holidays, the crumbling (but awesome) building that’s been vacant/used for storage (and coveted by many a restaurateur and business owner) for years next to Geraldine’s. As of now, there’s no indication of an actual store in the future, but the window display will be a nice addition to the neighborhood look and feel. Details about when/where to actually track down Alma when it pops-up next can be found here.

Thanks to Scott for the pics!

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