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When Joey Guin, owner of Joseph Guin Salon, purchased the building that now houses both his very popular salon and his loft apartment two years ago, it was continuing a family legacy to combine workspace and living space.

Built in 1900, the story-and-a-half building at 711 Texas St. in downtown Shreveport is right in the heart of the revival of the area. “I definitely wanted to insert a vein of life into downtown where one didn’t exist, and I absolutely think we have done that,” Guin said.


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