Monday, July 02, 2012

Dharma Healing Arts Studio Leaves Court Street. Architect Andy Bernheimer Moving In

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Dharma Healing Arts Studio at 331 Court Street closed its doors in early June and a crew was gutting the storefront on Friday.  The Massage Therapy studio opened back in 2008 in the space once occupied by Renaissance Pharmacy.

On her business' web site, owner Lauren explains:
"It's been five years, and due to our lease expiration the studio at 331 Court Street will be closing on June 1st.  I am grateful for that experience, and happy to be continuing to offer integrative massage therapy in a private setting at my office on Warren Street between Court and Clinton beginning June 20th."

You can contact Lauren at  lauren@dharmanyc.com and follow Dharma on Facebook here.

***Update***

Lauren just left a comment. She says Brooklyn architect, Andy Bernheimer at www.bernheimerarchitecture.com is moving into the space.



4 comments:

Dharma Healing Arts Studio said...

Hi guys! I'm still practicing in the neighborhood and important to note: Gift Cards and Series Sessions are still valid and redeemable at my new office, located five blocks up at 231 Warren St b/t Court and Clinton on the Garden Floor.

An architect is moving into the space at 331 Court, he's a great guy and super talented, lives in the neighborhood.

Best wishes, Lauren

Andy Bernheimer said...

Many thanks for the kind words, Lauren! We are extremely excited to be moving to this space. My practice has been in Brooklyn (Dumbo) for about twelve years and should be up and running around August 1st.

Andy

www.bernheimerarchitecture.com

Anonymous said...

Crazy landlords raising prices in this neighborhood are going to drive all small businesses away! How are they suppose to survive when they need to come up with the insane amount of money for rent?

It's a shame that we are driving people like this away...

Anonymous said...

I'm sure Andy will enjoy working across from the biggest and ugliest and most detested building in Carroll Gardens.