PLAINVILLE - A long-vacant building at 63 East Main St. has been filled, says Mark Devoe, town director of planning and economic development.
Devoe said that the building became vacant in 2016, when the previous tenants - The Law Firm of Segal and Laska – moved to another location.
“After that, the former owner took the opportunity to perform some needed renovations and recently sold the property to the owners of Studio 466 on East Street,” said Devoe. “We are pleased that Studio 466 decided to stay in Plainville and, as is always the case, look forward to filling the vacancy.”
Town officials will be welcoming Studio 466 to its new home in downtown Plainville today at 4 p.m.
Donna Theriault said that she first opened Studio 466 in January 2006, purchasing their former location at 466 East St.
“Over the past 13 years, our staff has tripled in size due to the wonderful support that the Plainville community has offered us,” said Theriault. “In August, I purchased a new and larger building at 63 Main St., where we opened our doors on Oct. 2. Our new location is twice the size of our former location, which has allowed us to expand our spa area.”
Studio 466 will continue to offer facials, microdermabrasions, massages, and body waxing as well as new services.
“We are able to offer some new services such as couples massages,” said Theriault. “Our new, larger hair area is where we offer all hair services, from cuts and colors, to keratin treatments. We offer services for men, women and children. We also have a private nail room, where we do more than manicures and pedicures, but also do acrylic and gel nails too.”
Theriault said that she loves her new location in downtown because now she “really feels like part of the community.”
“The Plainville police and many local businesses have been so welcoming,” she said. “My first experience with the Pumpkin Festival was great and I’m looking forward to participating in the upcoming Holiday Stroll in December.”