New York’s glam salon Bella Bella will reopen in the summer, after the city’s board of health approved a $10 million refurbishment that includes replacing most of the salon’s fixtures and fixtures that were in need of repairs.
The Bella Bella, which opened in the spring of 2014, is one of the most recognizable beauty brands in the city.
It was sold in 2015 to a New York-based company for $15 million.
For years, Bella Bella had been under renovation and in need, and it was looking for a new location, according to a news release issued Thursday by the city health department.
Bella Bella’s owners have agreed to buy the business and renovate the space to make it more attractive to tenants and visitors.
The project will begin this summer and will include replacing the interior fixtures, which include fixtures that are in need if they need to be replaced and the lighting fixtures that light the salon, including lighting fixtures and a small video booth, according a news summary on the health department website.
The renovations are scheduled to be completed by Sept. 1.