BARK FIFTH AVE. DEBUTS LUXURY “SPAW”
Chances are you already spoil your dog with treats, toys and plenty of snuggles. If you’re looking to take your pooch’s pampering to the next level, take him to Bark Fifth Ave. pet boutique’s new luxury spa and glam center. “I built Bark Fifth Ave. around the core belief that fabulous dogs need fabulous things,” says owner Ashley Harris. “Our goal is to continue providing high-end luxury services to our fabulous clients and their posh pups.” In the newly expanded space, Fido can enjoy high-end, spa-inspired products and services such as sugar scrubs, facials, paw massages and even healing laser treatments administered by a holistic vet.
Bark Fifth Ave.
3169 Maple Drive N.E.
OGLETHORPE UNIVERSITY TO ESTABLISH BUSINESS SCHOOL
In the fall of 2019, students will be able to enroll in the new school of business at Oglethorpe University, thanks to a generous gift that amounted to the largest donation in the Brookhaven school’s 182-year history. Alumnus William Hammack Jr., the former president and CEO of C.W. Matthews Contracting, announced a gift of $50 million to establish the school at the small liberal arts college. Hammack says he hopes his contribution helps inspire a new generation of business leaders.
4484 Peachtree Road N.E.
HIGH-INTENSITY FITNESS FRANCHISE TO PREMIERE
Workout fanatics will soon have a new spot to get their sweat on in Buckhead. Chris Welton, a former UGA football player, along with his daughter, India, is launching the first franchise location of Solcioty Fitness, an exercise studio concept from Columbus, Georgia, this spring. The studio will offer one hour classes featuring high-intensity interval training, and clients will wear heart-rate monitors to ensure they’re exercising at the right levels. All that work pays off: You’ll burn 500 to 1,000 calories per class.
3655 Roswell Road