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'Treat Your Feet' Marches Into The Perimeter

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'Treat Your Feet' Marches Into The Perimeter

Doraville massage parlor to bring late night option into Buckhead.

Doraville massage parlor Treat Your Feet is looking to open a second location in the heart of Buckhead this March, near the intersection of Peachtree and Piedmont, in the same shopping plaza as Orvis and Verizon Wireless.

Will Ho, the owner of Treat Your Feet, is bringing five years of experience to the feet of Buckhead.

“Many of our customers live in-town," Ho told What Now Atlanta (WNA) in an interview Sunday citing his use of Google analytics and customer feedback in making this decision.

The new location, at 3275 Peachtree Road NE., will be larger than the original at 5000 square feet, featuring “23 foot massage stations, 10 body massage stations, two couple massage rooms, and six individual rooms.” Unlike any other Buckhead massage spas, this location will be open until midnight, so clients can relax their feet into the later hours.

The interior design of the new location will reflect “Asian influences in a modern way," according to Ho, who is very excited about the new look. The massage parlor will be designed by Mark Williams Design Associates, the same team that designed LottaFrutta Avalon and Lux Studio, a hair salon in Old Fourth Ward.

Some of the services offered include reflexology massage and aromatherapy. Pricing in the Buckhead outpost will differ from the Doraville location “by a few dollars," likely a result of higher rent costs in this more central location.

Treat Your Feet Buckhead

Treat Your Feet

3275 Peachtree Rd NE, Atlanta, GA 30305
Julia Sirb
Julia Sirb

Julia studied Urban Planning and Economic Development at GSU's School of Policy Studies. She is interested in the way a city's built environment, policy decisions, and economy work together to shape its culture. When not typing, she's writing calligraphy or looking for the next great shot through the lens of her medium format film camera.

One response to “'Treat Your Feet' Marches Into The Perimeter

  1. A few bucks more, I don't think so. I love Treat Your Feet, but a 34% increase in price isn't worth it to me. I'll stick with Doraville. Hey TYF, why don't you charge your regular customers the same price and stick-it to the out of town visitors with the higher prices?

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