Top Block, Top Floor

Posted on February 24, 2015

 

We all know the major businesses living on Church Street’s Top Block – GAP, Urban Outfitters, Ben and Jerry’s… but next time you’re strolling along the Marketplace, take a look UP! The very first block of Church Street, closest to Pearl Street, is booming with unique and locally owned businesses waiting for you to find them on the second floor! Discover a dance studio, salon or store that you never knew existed above many of your favorite well-known establishments.

 

Boutiliers Art Center

Address: 22 Church Street

Website: www.boutiliersart.com/

Facebook: www.facebook.com/BoutiliersArtCenter

Boutiliers Fine Art Materials and Custom Framing has been a staple in Burlington, Vermont since 1925. They just returned back to their home on the Marketplace after leaving their College Street location. Boutiliers can help protect your antique documents, kids’ paintings, dried plants and more with custom framing to fit your budget. They also have an amazing mix of art supplies to help with any project you’re working on!

 

LeZot Camera

Address: 34 Church Street

Website: www.lezotcameras.com/

Facebook: www.facebook.com/LeZotCamera

For over 35 years, LeZot Camera has offered the widest selection of new and pre-owned film and digital cameras. They will buy and trade for your used camera gear and also offer repairs. LeZot is a family owned business and supports local arts and education through volunteerism and donation.

 

Mana Threads

Address: 22 Church Street

Website: www.manathreads.com

Facebook: www.facebook.com/manathreads

This year, Mana Threads joined athletic apparel retailers City Sports, lululemon athletica, Eddie Bauer and Athleta on the Top Block of Church Street. The locally owned store sets itself apart from the competition by combining the outdoor lifestyle of Vermont with the cultural vibrancy and color of Brazil in their clothing line. “Mana” is slang for “sisters” in Portuguese! Each piece of clothing is hand-made and allows the wearer to stand out and express themselves.

 

Simplicity Salon & Spa

Address: 2 Church Street

Website: www.simplicitysalonandspavt.com/

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Simplicity-Salon-and-Spa/428264780633035

 Owned by native Vermonter Denise Destalto, Simplicity Salon and Spa offers haircuts, colors, up-dos, waxing and massages to pamper clients and give them the best service possible. At Simplicity Salon and Spa – “It’s simply about you!” Denise is committed to making each person feel their very best. Find her at 2 Church Street in the Richardson Place building on the second floor.

 

Swan Dojo Studio

Address: 19 Church Street

Website: www.swandojo.com/

Facebook:www.facebook.com/swandojo

Described as a community art gallery, theatre and multi-disciplinary arts space, Swan Dojo offers many styles of yoga and dance classes, as well as hosts events like The Human Canvas workshops and hula-hooping! Their space is available to rent for classes, workshops and talks.

 

Therin Pohley Esthetics

Address: 2 Church Street

Website: www.skinchicvt.com/

Facebook: www.facebook.com/therinskincare

Find local esthetician, Therin Pohley, on the third floor of the Richardson Place building at 2 Church Street. Her modern yet holistically-minded skin care will rejuvenate your skin and keep you feeling fresh from facials to massages to eyebrow tinting. Therin offers a full range of beauty and skin care treatments to meet your needs.

Related Categories: Church Street Marketplace, Vermont, Burlington

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