This Entrepreneur Always Looks for 'Good Bones' When Searching for Retail Space
Having opened up six locations across New York, Los Angeles and Chicago, Jeff Laub knows a thing or two about working with an agent and scouting out the best retail space for his company Blind Barber, a hipster barber shop for dudes, fused with a cafe/lounge.
Most importantly, Laub says the space needs "good bones." That includes "unique fixtures or elements of the space that we're taking over that can be utilized and help tell a story."
At his newest store in the Highland Park neighborhood of Los Angeles, two original details that helped seal the deal were the exposed brick walls and 100-year-old oak floors. "Finding this was a pure gem," Laub says.
For an inside look at the newest Blind Barber, check out the video above.
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