Work is underway to create the space to house New York-based Blind Barber in the Antiques Buildings at Paseo South Gulch, with an early fall opening eyed.
The back portion of the future Blind Barber, like those of its sister operations, will offer a cocktail lounge. Specifically, the barbershop and cocktail lounge are taking 3,300 square feet of space in the Antiques Building.
The Antiques Building is fully leased, as Blind Barber will join GoodVets and Two Hands, a New York City-based all-day café founded and run by native Australians. In addition, work has yet to start on the future space of local Mexican restaurant Maiz de la Vida (which will be opening its first brick-and-mortar location at Paseo).
The Antiques Building also includes 26,000 square feet that eventually will accommodate Carter Vintage Guitars.
Under construction adjacent to the Antiques Building is the 16-story Prima, to offer 278 residential units, 18,000 square feet of Class A office space and 8,000 square feet of retail.
In addition, Paseo South Gulch will offer a second tower to rise 30 stories and with 396 units and ground-floor retail.