A tour of the future Spaghetti Works site
The latest tenant to sign a lease in the Spaghetti Works District is another familiar face.
Eric Fisher plans to open his fourth salon there.
“This was a no-brainer for us,” Fisher said in a statement.
“I’m so proud to see the way downtown Wichita has developed and embraced local pride. It truly has set a great example for businesses like us who are moving into the area.”
“We knew a fourth location was inevitable with the growth we’ve seen over the last few years,” he said.
Fisher said his brother-in-law, Jon Cyphert, helped him with his decision. Cyphert is director of real estate for Ruffin Properties and represented Fisher in the deal.
“I have such great resources around me for advice and honest opinions.” Fisher said. “Luckily, the consensus was that the Spaghetti Works District was the right move for us.”
“We had several salons call us wanting to be in the project, but we wanted a proven leader in the industry and Wichita such as Eric,” Saville said.
The salon will open this fall.
“I am so honored to be a part of this project,” Fisher said. “I hope the entire community is as excited about it as I am.”