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Windsor of Old Town Closing after 43 Years

Donna and Steven Windsor and Team Moving to Sugarhouse Day Spa

Man and woman stand next to a sign on the wall
Donna and Steven Windsor near their iconic sign at 107 N. Union Street. (Photo: Steven Windsor)

ALXANDRIA, VA – Through floods, recessions, and everything imaginable, Windsor of Old Town Salon & Day Spa and The Gentlemen’s Quarters have clipped and colored generations of Alexandrians for over four decades on Union Street.

“It has been an experience that we will cherish forever,” said Donna and Steven Windsor, mother, and son owners. “We have loved our time at 107 S. Union Street, but like many others before us, it has become too challenging for us to continue with all of the expenses.”

Black and white sketch of the building at 107 N Union STeet
Windsor of Old Town’s original logo by acclaimed local artist Todd Healy.

However, long-time customers can relax.  There is some good news. On April 1, Donna and Steven, along with the rest of their team, including Erika, Margot, Elizabeth, Touria, and Fifi, are moving just a few blocks away to join the staff at the Sugar House Day Spa and Salon at 111 N. Alfred Street.

“Our team is very thankful and excited to be able to continue all of our exceptional Barbershop, Salon, Nail and Spa Services, as well as introduce you to Sugar House’s array of Medi-Spa Treatments,” says Steven.

For booking appointments, call (703)549-9940 or visit

For More about Windsor of Old Town and Its History

Mary Wadland

Mary Wadland is the Publisher and Editor in Chief of The Zebra Press, founded by her in 2010. Originally from Delray Beach, Florida, Mary is a Phi Beta Kappa graduate of Hollins College in Roanoke, VA and has lived and worked in the Alexandria publishing community since 1987.

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