Unintentional search brings spa to Nashua
Liz Racioppi, who has owned the Elizabeth Grady franchise in Tyngsborough for 10 years, is closing that shop and reopening at Gateway Hills in the Nashua Technology Park off exit 1 on the Daniel Webster Highway.
When originally searching for a site for her first Elizabeth Grady franchise, Racioppi was hopeful to open in Nashua, but the opportunity just did not present itself, she said. Now, after a decade in the Tyngsborough location, her dream of opening a facility in the city will become a reality.
Although she wasn’t exactly looking for a new salon site, in her search for a personal yoga class, Racioppi said she found herself in the real estate office at Gateway Hills intrigued by the possibilities for her own business.
“The Nashua business community has been incredibly welcoming,” said Racioppi, who is active with the arts in the Gate City as a member of the Nashua Arts Commission.
Professional estheticians, massage therapists and makeup artists will be on hand to provide customers with top-notch service and some of the most modern and advanced skincare technology, she said.
There are currently about 40 Elizabeth Grady locations throughout New Hampshire, Massachusetts and Connecticut, according to its website. The company, which was founded in 1975, serves more than 300,000 clients each year, says the site.
To reach the new salon, the existing number at (978) 649-1711 will be utilized until the end of the year.
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