New spa in White Plains; Palisades Center opens new store


The Journal News/ wants to keep you up to date with all the new stores, restaurants and service providers coming to your cities. Below is a list of new businesses that have recently opened or are about to open in the community.

Do you know of a new local business in Westchester, Rockland or Putnam counties? Contact reporter Heather Clark, [email protected].

Lovisa, West Nyack

Where: Palisades Center, 1000 Palisades Center Drive

When: Open July 18

What is it about?: Lovisa is a jewelry store offering necklaces, rings, bracelets, earrings and hair accessories. The new location, located near Victoria’s Secret in the Palisades Center, is one of more than 400 Lovisa stores worldwide.

“We are thrilled to welcome this fashion-forward jewelry brand to the Palisades Center,” said Darrin Houseman, General Manager of the Palisades Center. “We look forward to seeing our customers’ positive reactions to Lovisa’s affordable and fashionable products.”

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From left to right, Daybase Chief of Engineering Bryan Migliorisi;  Harrison board member Fred Siciliano;  Harrison Council Member Elizabeth Brown;  Gina Evangelista, Harrison board member;  Westchester County Deputy Executive Ken Jenkins;  Nancy Barr, Westchester County Legislator;  Westchester County Executive George Latimer;  Joel Steinhaus, co-founder and CEO of Daybase;  Mayor Harrison/Supervisor Richard Dionisio;  Bridget Gibbons, director of the Westchester County Office of Economic Development;  Joseph Stout, chairman of the Harrison Planning Board;  Daybase Co-Founder and Chief Development Officer Nick Rader and Harrison Zoning Board Chairman Paul Katz attend Daybase's opening of its first hybrid workplace in Westchester on July 25, 2022 in Harrison, New York .

Day base, Harrison

When: July 25

Where: 326 Halstead Ave

What is it about?: A new “hybrid workplace”, Daybase is comprised of 5,000 square feet of space for freelance and group work. Each of its spaces can be reserved or is “unassigned” according to a press release. All members also have access to the Daylounge, their “unassigned” space where members can come anytime to chat or do some quick work. Meanwhile, bookable areas are for more active and focused work, such as video or team meetings.

“We created Daybase for those times when your office is too far away, but your home is too close,” Daybase CEO Joel Steinhaus said in the release. “Not only does Westchester County have a vibrant economy in its own right, it’s also home to thousands of Manhattan office workers who commuted to New York five days a week.”

The Harrison Daybase location is the first in Westchester County. The company has another location in Hoboken, New Jersey, and more are on the way. No details have been released on other new locations.

“Having Daybase, a hybrid work facility, available in Harrison will be a great opportunity for our residents and those who work remotely to connect and network with their neighbors, colleagues, business people and local entrepreneurs,” said the supervisor and mayor of Harrison, Richard Dionisio. . “We are excited to have a designated coworking space in town and it will be a great addition to downtown Harrison and local businesses.”

Go to for more information on Harrison’s location.

The exterior of Opus Westchester at 3 Renaissance Square in White Plains, December 2, 2021.

The Opus Spa, White Plains

When: Opening on August 17

Where: Opus, Westchester, 3 Renaissance Square

What is it about?: The Opus, Westchester, a hotel that opened in 2021, will open its spa this month. The Opus Spa is located on the ninth floor of the hotel and will offer a variety of services including massages, facials, cupping, body wraps and more.

Merchandise featuring spa, home and wellness products as well as jewelry designed by local artists will be available for purchase.

“We are incredibly thrilled to open this luxury oasis and create a serene space with extensive amenities for hotel guests and the public alike,” said Elizabeth Andrews, General Manager of The Opus, Westchester.

Once open, monthly subscriptions will also be available. To find out more, visit


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