From children’s hair-braiding to a market stocked with locally grown produce,
is home to several new and soon-to-open businesses.
Last week, Kinkx Studio
, a kid-focused braiding studio opened at 2926 E. Cold Spring Lane. The studio serves children aged three to 14. The studio relocated from Charles Village from an office building to attract more traffic, says owner and CEO, Angelique Redmond.
The studio recently offered a deal on Living Social
and more than 100 deals have been purchased, Redmond says. The studio also provides free movies, music, games, and refreshments for its young clients.
Redmond invested about $10,000 in the move, and the business currently has three employees.
On May 1, Supportech MD Inc
. will open at 4517 Harford Rd. The business provides computer support for small businesses and will also offer drop-off computer repair services. Previously located in Towson, the relocation gives the business more space for the price, says owner John Lemonds.
For those looking for fresh, local food options, the long-anticipated Green Onion Market
will open this spring, likely in May, says Regina Lansinger, director of Hamilton Lauraville Main Street.
Last year owner Winston Blick compared the market
to a cross between Atwater’s and Milk & Honey Market.
Regina Lansinger, director of Hamilton Lauraville Main Street
Angelique Redmond, owner of Kinkx Studio
John Lemonds, owner of Supportech MD Inc.
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