With the opening of a new Cos Cob location, the owners of Christopher Noland Salon and Beauty Spa and Do’s Blowdry Bar hope to meet clients in the middle.

Cos Cob Plaza’s central location between Old Greenwich and downtown makes for a prime spot to attract customers from both parts of town, according to salon managing director John Castagnetti. That, in addition to the plaza’s parking, lured the salon to move Do’s from downtown Greenwich to Cos Cob, where it opened in September.

The salon incorporated Do’s into its operations in 2014, adding the blowdry bar nearby to its downtown Greenwich salon and spa. Last year, the salon added children’s services to its offerings after hiring the staff from Graham’s Toys, which was closing its Greenwich Avenue storefront.

Since Do’s downtown lease was running out this fall, the owners decided to scout out a new location with more parking options, Castagnett said. “Women were telling us they don’t want to drive downtown,” he said. “Very few places we looked at had enough parking, but we’re really excited about being in Cos Cob — it’s an up and coming neighborhood and has lots of young families.”

The new Do’s, slotted among several children-oriented businesses such as Riverside School of Music and a martial arts studio, is positioned about a block from Cos Cob School and is likely to benefit from busy families who need haircuts between activities, Castagnett said.

The family salon offers blow outs as well as haircuts for women, children and men. With its larger floor plan, Do’s has added two more stations.

Though the salon owners are excited for how its new Cos Cob location will appeal to customers who don’t like traveling downtown, they don’t have any plans to move their main salon, Castagnett said.

“Christopher Noland (Salon & Spa) is going nowhere,” he said. “We’re in downtown and we’ll stay there, but now we have another option for people who don’t want to go there.”

Clients wanting coloring services will have to visit the main salon at 124 Greenwich Ave., he added, as Do’s in Cos Cob will only do cuts and blow outs.

In April, Christopher Noland expanded its downtown presence by transforming what had been storage space into Noland for Men, a small barbershop that provides haircuts, neck trims and hot lather shaves. The addition was prompted by female clients asking for the salon to add services for their significant others, Castagnett said.

Noland for Men is located at 3 Lewis St., and Do’s Blowdry Bar & Family Salon is open at 395 E. Putnam Ave.

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