What Was New in Marin in July 2015

Marin new businesses july 2015


Paragon Real Estate Group, specializing in residential, commercial, luxury and international properties, opened up its fifth — and first in Marin — real estate office in Greenbrae. With its Marin County client base growing, 1. Zephyr Real Estate, primarily located in San Francisco, has opened its first North Bay residential real estate office, at Bon Air Center in Greenbrae.


Love great shoes? 2. Freda Salvador, whose shoe design studio is here in Sausalito, has moved the flagship store to Fillmore Street in San Francisco. The next time you find yourself on Throckmorton in Mill Valley, check out newly opened 3. Branded Boutique, with women’s fashion by designers Soludos, Simone Camille, Ulla Johnson and many others.


Not only have Julie Zener and Tara Schon of Zener Schon Contemporary Art in Mill Valley been creating buzz with their parties and fine art, they also curate rock concerts like Bottle Rock in Napa. 4. Studio 4 Art, owned by Kebby McInroy, now has a new permanent location in downtown Novato, and the studio just purchased The Little Art Studio in Mill Valley.


5. Julie Tuton, now with her namesake jewelry studio in downtown Mill Valley, draws her inspiration from the Italian Renaissance by using gold, thick coins and geometric rings in her handmade pieces. If you’re into organic facial products and you’re looking for a new line, 6. Laurel Wellness Studio, offering face balms, serums, elixirs and more, has opened its first retail space in Sausalito.


Looking to be an official Marin hot tubber? Head over to Creative Energy’s new location at The Village at Corte Madera near Macy’s and pick out your favorite tub. Time to renovate those kitchen cabinets? Michele Dugan just opened Marin Cabinet Studio on Magnolia Avenue in Larkspur.

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