Le Salon d’Art on Stanton Street is Looking to Sell the Business for $70k

Posted on: January 30th, 2014 at 6:04 am by

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Street artist Fumero painted the gates of Le Salon d’Art

Le Salon d’Art is apparently ending its Lower East Side tenure after nearly eight years in business at 90 Stanton Street. The funky salon-slash-gallery is currently looking to unload the assets to a lucky buyer out there.

We came across this Craigslist post yesterday, which notes that the seller is reportedly “moving out of town.” The turnkey cost to capitalize on this “once in a lifetime opportunity” is $70,000; no word on the rent, though.

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The listing was confirmed legit.

Great Opportunity

Active and established Boutique Hair salon / Alternative Art Gallery in the heart of the Lower East Side, surrounded by Bars & Restaurants.

Hair Salon has been in business since 2006 and Gallery since 2009.

Seller is moving out of town. Great location with below market commercial lease.
We are in the middle of booming real estate development of upcoming hotels and apartment building development in Lower East Side of Manhattan.

THIS BUSINESS IS TURN-KEY, includes Customer database & Salon Management System.
Salon has 4 chairs, 2 shampoo stations and room to expand.

THIS IS A ONCE IN A LIFETIME OPPORTUNITY, IF YOU ACT FAST!

Le Salon d’Art began life in 2006, but with a much different name. Originally called Tropical Salon at the outset, 90 Stanton would morph into its current incarnation three years later, also adding the adjacent gallery component.

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