Friday, February 1, 2013
Sport-themed hair salon Sports Clips in Shawsheen Plaza is geared to providing a comfortable atmosphere for a trim with entertainment.
Friday, February 1
Newly opened sports-themed hair salon filled an empty spot left in Shawsheen Plaza beside the former Radio Shack unit, which is now vacant. With Planet Fitness opening soon, Sports Clips is a creative addition to the growing plaza that is beginning to show new life following its brief stint with multiple vacant store fronts. Sports Clips boasts massage chairs, free hair washing, and, of course, flat screen TVs tuned to Sports Center and the like. The store is one of a thousand other franchises throughout the country. The Andover Sports Clip location is 209 North Main St., Andover. You can contact them at 978-409-1030 or visit them online at haircutmenandoverma.com. Monday-Friday 9am-8pm Saturday 9am-6pm Sunday 11am-5pm
Wednesday, January 16, 2013
The popular fitness facility, which will be open 24 hours, is currently pre-selling their memberships with a $1 down.
Planet Fitness, 209 North Main Street, Shawsheen Plaza, plans to open its 17,000 square feet facility next month, at the former location of Marshalls, according to Manager Krista Moulton. The space has been vacant since March 2011 when the store closed and moved to Lawrence. The Andover franchise is one of five locations owned by the North Shore Fit Management. The group owns existing clubs in Methuen, Billerica and Newburyport and will also open soon in Reading, according to Moulton. The Planet Fitness corporate office is located in Newington, NH. According to its website, it has over 600 franchise and company-owned facilities. The motto that describes each club as “a judgment free zone,” means that Planet Fitness does not “cater to …
Monday, August 20, 2012
The former shoe store unit on Main Street will be vacant for not much longer.
The Stride Rite shoe store closed down roughly a year ago and the unit at 27 Main Street has sat vacant alongside the several other empty storefronts in the area, including the J.L. Coombs a few doors down. But eclectic gift shop Sense of Wonder will be opening up a store in the unit soon. Sense of Wonder specifically sells products and crafts purchased from the little guy. "Sense of Wonder stores feature unique items purchased directly from artists and craftspeople," owners Jay and Jean Smith say. "We are proud of the artists we represent, the quality of the merchandise we sell, our reputation as active community sponsors, and the importance of supporting independent businesses." Specifically, Sense of Wonder hopes to open before the …