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Sprouts & Shutters: Christopher's Salon 07 & GHQ Closed

The salon has been closed for several weeks, according to a former employee.

DUBLIN, Ca: Christopher's Salon 07 & GHQ
DUBLIN, Ca: Christopher's Salon 07 & GHQ
Clients of the Christopher's Salon 07 & GHQ salons have been disappointed to discover the salons have permanently closed. 

The salons, located at 4400 Tassajara Road in Dublin, are vacant. The phone number for the salon goes to a voicemail that is no longer accepting messages and no information was posted on the salon Facebook page.

A former employee of the one of the salons told Patch that the salons closed about three weeks ago, for unknown reasons. According to the salon Facebook page, the salon owned by Christopher Neves, first opened in the 2005.

No other information about the closure is available. The salons are not the first businesses to close in the Shops At Waterford shopping center. In July, Patch discovered the Togo's had closed. Read the full story here. Pet Food Express across the parking lot from the salon closed on June 9.

The shopping center had been owned by Loja Real Estate, LLC and was sold in Jan. 2011 to an "entity managed by American Realty Advisors," according to the Loja Real Estate website.

What do you think about the salon closure? What do you think about the businesses closing from the Waterford? Tell us in the comments section.
Tamara E August 29, 2013 at 01:41 PM
Shops at Waterford management appears to have some serious problems. Togo's lost their lease. Pet Food Express didn't renew their lease because management wouldn't let them expand and have events like pet adoptions in front of the store. They will be re-opening in another location in Dublin. Management wouldn't renew Stacey's lease years ago and that location sat vacant for years before it was leased by Copa Cabana at, what I understand, was a rate much lower than the rate Stacey's was paying. I would question the knowledge and capabilities of the "entity managed by American Realty Advisors" as far as filling and running a successful shopping center.
Vanessa Mag Clark August 29, 2013 at 02:03 PM
I was disappointed that customers were given no advanced notice of this closure. I purchased a gift card for my husband mere weeks before they closed. Had it been mentioned that they were going out of business we would have purchased merchandise instead of letting it go unused or more likely saved our money altogether. I have sent mulitple requests for a refund to the contact info given in their after the fact notification to clients, with no response.

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