Luxury nail salon Les Mains will be opening a full-service salon at The Works, a mixed used project on the Upper Westside.
Founder Linda Vo, who operates three sister salons in Atlanta, including the first location in Buckhead, the new spot will reportedly serve as the flagship location for the franchise.
The new spot will include 26 spa chairs, 24 manicure table stations with an interior design that includes warm wood tones, pearly white finishes and grey-hued furniture, according to the press release.
“As we open our doors for the first time on the Upper Westside this month, we are eager to expand our reach in the Atlanta-area and introduce a growing clientele to everything that makes Les Mains one-of-a-kind,” Vo said in the press release.
Tenants at The Works are expected to begin opening on a rolling basis, the press release said.
The first phase will include several restaurants in the Chattahoochee Food Works, a 31-stall food hall, featuring Baked Kitchen, Morelli’s Gourmet Ice Cream, Unbelibubble Tea House, and more that will reportedly open in the spring.
The first phase will also include The Camp, a one-acre signature park, and The Spur, a 970-foot linear park.
“Our goal for The Works is to be a true-to-Atlanta hub for the community on the Upper Westside and around the city,” Mindy Selig, Sr. Vice President of Leasing at Selig, said. “From getting pampered at Les Mains to stopping for a cold beer at Dr. Scofflaw’s or enjoying the sunshine at The Camp, visitors and locals alike can feel at home at The Works.”