Haltom City Welcomes Its First Commercial Art Sculpture

By May 19, 2016Press Releases

New Contemporary Building Signs Salon and Spa as Anchor Tenant,

10,000sf of Retail Space Also Available

May 19, 2016, Haltom City TX – Haltom City’s growing north side is welcoming a new contemporary retail space at Denton Highway (US 377) and loop 820, a space that features two large orange and blue outdoor art sculptures. Created by Artist Randy Nix, of RLN Fabricators in Aubrey TX, these outdoor sculptures create an eye-catching façade for the new commercial space owned by Ron Sturgeon Real Estate.

Haltom City Mayor David Averitt said, “The city is excited to have its first commercial art sculpture as part of the gateway to north Haltom City.”  He noted that the corridor north of Haltom City continues to attract new businesses and attention from builders and developers.

The anchor tenant of the new space is Salon and Spa Galleria.com.  Jenifer Knittel, Salon & Spa Galleria’s General Manager, was with the mayor and property owner Ron Sturgeon at the ceremony to unveil the sculptures.

“The Denton location is our seventh in Tarrant County,” she said. “The stylists and cosmetologists who have leased salon space from us love our concept of allowing them to start their own business with 24-7 access.” With rates as low as $75 per week, Knittel indicated that interest in the salon spaces has been high, and the best spaces always get snapped up in the pre-leasing phase.

Wanting to create a space that was bright and contemporary, Sturgeon hired Fort Worth architect Ken Schaumberg to refine his concept and create the elevation for the façade. “We set out to create something far different from the usual tan and brown grocery store center with green hook lights,” said owner and developer Ron Sturgeon. “We wanted retail space that is fun, bright, memorable, and eye-catching,” said Sturgeon. He adds, “The Haltom City Planning staff was great to work with, including Glenna Batchelor and Justin French.”

RDS Real Estate Leasing Manager Jim Eaton said, “We’re seeking tenants to lease spaces between 2,000sf and 10,000sf and are offering exceptional terms.” He indicated that the development is especially seeking to add a great restaurant to the Haltom City space.

For more information about leasing space, contact Jim Eaton at 817-903-9438 or visit RDSRealEstate.com. To inquire about leasing salon space in the new salon or other locations, contact Sean at 817-917-1416 or visit SalonAndSpaGalleria.com. Contact Randy Nix of RLN Fabricators at 713-515-3638 for information on art or fabrication. Architect Ken Schaumburg can be reached at 817-336-7077.

Salon and Spa Galleria has locations at 7800 S Cooper, 5100 Sublet at US 287, 3549 Grapevine Mills Parkway at the entrance to Grapevine Mills Mall, at 5208 Airport Freeway, 2613 Wiesenberger, behind Montgomery Plaza off 7th st, and coming soon to 4300 Boat Club Road at Azle Avenue.

Cutline: Art sculpture outside Salon & Spa Galleria’s newest location at Denton Hwy. and Loop 820, L to R, Ron Sturgeon, Linda Allen, and David Averitt