Unique Professions Building Mixes Spa, Salon-Type Services Downtown

A longtime downtown professional building is being reinvigorated, and those using the services it houses may soon feel the same.

Stefanie Tatro and her husband, Joe, have purchased the former Clermont Centre at 612 Clermont St., remodeled it to attract new clients, and renamed it Unique Professions.

“Ideally I would like to enhance the salon/spa type services available,” she said. “Although I welcome any business that would be interested in renting a space. We still have several rooms available and this is a great location for small businesses of any size.”

Tatro operates Tangles Hair Studio and her relocation into the space from Phlox prompted the purchase of the building.

“We wanted to move the business into Antigo. I was going to rent but the previous owner gave us an amazing deal and we decided to buy it,” she said.

Tatro said the building’s excellent location, in the heart of downtown across from the Antigo Public Library, and structural soundness made it a simple decision.

A new roof and windows, paint and flooring completed the transformation.

Tangles is a full service hair salon offering haircuts, color, waxing and perms for the whole family.

The building also includes Nails by Jo, SK Accounting, and Florence’s Treasure Chest. Mosaic Massage and Reflexology, with Gianna Losser and Thelma Ryan, is opening June 1.

“Everyone has had wonderful things to say,” Tatro said. “We’ve had very positive feedback from everyone who has stopped by.”


Source: Antigo Daily Journal

Stefanie Tatro in her Tangles Hair Studio.

Stefanie Tatro in her Tangles Hair Studio.