For the past four years, éneR Salon was the place where woman looking to try a new cut, color or just guidance on the latest styles could turn to. Recently, the Salon Owner Renee Workman said she had to move her company out of Silver Spring because of the combination of a faltering economy and a costly lease.
In this economy, most people are looking for a bargain and want to barter and that’s difficult when you have a quality service to sell, Workman said.
Workman decided to close her doors in October and move her salon to 7323 Georgia Ave. in Washington D.C. near the former Walter Reed Hospital location.
In order to finalize the move, Workman teamed up with Lok Tiwari, the General Manger of Ghar-E-Kabab a neighboring business that sells Indian cuisine. Workman signed the leasing agreement with Katz & Company Property Management over to Tiwari so he could expand his restaurant.
Workman said the move has been great for her new salon. She is able to offer more of a spa-like enviroment to her customers and the space is more affordable.
“It’s more serene. It’s just much better,” Workman said. She also said there is more convenient parking for customers at her new location.