Salon nina, the beauty box salon, is set to close, and a new salon is set up in the next few months.
The salon, located at 901 W. Washington St., has been open since November and has been a popular fixture in the area.
However, this week, Salon nanna is closing after more than a year.
A new salon will open in May.
Salon nonna closed in November 2016, according to a statement from the owner, Gina Nannette.
Gina Nanna, the owner of Salon nannette, will be opening a new Salon nnnna salon.
The new salon, called Salon nunnas New York City salon, will open at 1220 W. 31st St. in May, according the statement.
Gina is also opening a pop-up beauty salon called Salon Nova at 1221 W. 28th St. on May 8.
Salon Nova will open for the first time at 1223 W. 29th St., the statement said.
The two will offer a full-service, beauty salon experience.
The pop-ups will be located in the front lobby, and the front bar will be in the back.
The former Salon nanni has been in business since November 2016 and is one of the most popular spots in the city.
A spokeswoman for the Manhattan borough president said that the new salon would not be open as of May.
It will remain open as an independent, non-profit, not affiliated with any business, and will provide the same quality services as Salon nannie, the spokeswoman said.
Salon na nanna will be open from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m., but will be closed from 11:30 a.t. to 4 p.s.m.; from 9 a.y. to 6 p.p.m; from 9:30 p.t to 5:30 t.m, and from 7 p.h. to 3:30 P.M. Gina has also been active in the community through her nonprofit, Nannies Hope, which focuses on supporting local, formerly incarcerated and homeless youth.
The nonprofit provides support to teens who are homeless, in need of a job, have behavioral issues, or are otherwise at risk of harming themselves or others.
Nannie’s Hope has been working with the Brooklyn Center for the Homeless to expand services for homeless youth and is working with other organizations to provide services to those who are in the foster care system.