Thursday, June 10, 2021
Owner Somer Wilson is ready to cut the ribbon at the grand opening of William Henry The Spa at 405 North Central Avenue in Belmont surrounded by members of the spa staff. Holding the ribbon are Montcross Area Chamber Champion volunteer Cheryl Loggins (left) and former Chamber Board Chair Carey Roberts of Carey Roberts Design.
5th major building renovation by Somer and Preston Wilson
William Henry Signature Salon & Spa owners Somer and Preston Wilson have renovated and returned to service five major downtown buildings in Belmont, Mount Holly and McAdenville.
They celebrated opening of their third Belmont project, William Henry The Spa, on June 10, 2021, with a Montcross Area Chamber of Commerce ribbon cutting ceremony and a Network After Work reception.
The Spa is located at 405 North Central Avenue in a large two-story brick building that was vacant for years before the Wilsons made it part of the William Henry family of businesses.
Their other businesses include William Henry Signature Salon & Spas on South Main Street in Belmont, Main Street in McAdenville and North Main Street in Mount Holly and Ballard’s Barber Shop on North Main Street in Belmont.
All five businesses are named in honor of Preston Wilson’s grandfather William Henry Ballard, a long-time local barber.
William Henry The Spa occupies the main floor of the almost 9,000-square-foot building that has been completely remodeled inside and out. A new entrance and dark gray exterior paint make the previously ordinary looking building stand out.
Inside, spa services occupy the entire first floor, and the second floor is available for lease.
A large staff offers facials and a variety of massage treatments including Swedish, deep tissue, heated stone and pre-natal. Hours are noon – 8 on Monday, 8 – 8 Tuesday-Friday, and 8 - 3 on Saturday.
For information on all William Henry salons go to www.williamhenrysalon.com, or call 704.741.3200 for William Henry The Spa.
Total exterior and interior renovation has transformed the appearance of the brick building that stood vacant for many years on Belmont's North Central Avenue.