Fraser Bicycles, Luminous Salon & Spa, Wild Birds Unlimited opening at Green Oak mall

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Fraser Bicycles & Fitness, a 4,717-square-foot Luminous Salon & Spa, and a 1,600-square-foot Wild Birds Unlimited are opening at the Brighton-based Green Oak Village Place, a premier retail and lifestyle destination.

“Wild Birds Unlimited, Luminous Salon & Spa and Fraser Bicycles & Fitness are unique tenants with niche offerings that will be great additions to Green Oak Village Place,” said Sean Valentino, director of retail operations at REDICO, the property manager at Green Oak Village Place. “We are proud to be the first to introduce these tenants to the Livingston County area and are confident they will thrive among our already diverse collection of local, regional and national tenants.”

Wild Birds Unlimited will be located near the recently opened T.J. Maxx and will provide fanatics a large selection of bird food, bird feeders, bird baths and more. The store also offers tips and activities including, kids activities, decorations for the birds and specific details on a variety of species. Wild Birds Unlimited is slated to open late 2016/early 2017.

Luminous Salon & Spa will provide a variety of optimal services in a welcoming environment, including hair, nail and spa services. The salon will be located between Victoria’s Secret and Christopher & Banks.

Opening its fourth Michigan location at Green Oak Village Place, Fraser Bicycles & Fitness will supply a variety of high-quality bicycles for riders of all skill levels. Fraser Bicycles & Fitness will be located between Nagato Japanese Restaurant and Salsarita’s. The store is slated to open before the end of the year.

For more information on Fraser Bicycles & Fitness, visit www.fraserbicycle.com. For more information on Wild Birds Unlimited, visit www.wbu.com.

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