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Jasmine Spa

Odyssey

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I see that food truck a couple of times a week now. I'm tempted to stop, but have usually had lunch by the time I am in the area.

Oddly enough, I swear I saw two Asian people hanging out directly in front of the spa, but I assume they were from the nail place.
 

automatic_tiger

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I believe they closed on their own because there were serious things that needed to be fixed.
That's what I heard as well, and that cooperation from the landlord was slim to non-existent.
Owner might have concluded that that site was more trouble than it was worth, and is focusing all energies now on Apple Spa.
Too bad, I liked the Jasmine facility with the wider tables, but such is life.
 

Bkane11

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That's what I heard as well, and that cooperation from the landlord was slim to non-existent.
Owner might have concluded that that site was more trouble than it was worth, and is focusing all energies now on Apple Spa.
Too bad, I liked the Jasmine facility with the wider tables, but such is life.
I’m not arguing, just curious, why do the other businesses in that shopping center stay open if Jasmine had so many issues? You’d think water issues would hit the entire building.
 

automatic_tiger

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I’m not arguing, just curious, why do the other businesses in that shopping center stay open if Jasmine had so many issues? You’d think water issues would hit the entire building.
Not sure if you're referring to water supply or leaks in the roof, but I think both were were issues at Jasmine. The water supply could be a general thing affecting other shops, but the leaks in the roof could easily be localized to that unit.
Still, there could have been other considerations.
We on the customer side rarely know all of the inner workings.
 

Bkane11

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Not sure if you're referring to water supply or leaks in the roof, but I think both were were issues at Jasmine. The water supply could be a general thing affecting other shops, but the leaks in the roof could easily be localized to that unit.
Still, there could have been other considerations.
We on the customer side rarely know all of the inner workings.
You’re right. It just confuses me tho. Years and years ago when I first finished school, I worked with a company that did a lot of commercial leases, and they were all usually long term expensive leases. Expensive monthly and expensive to break on either end. I guess a lot could be going on now that we don’t know about, but usually LLs have a duty to repair that shit or they are paying damages , insurance is paying claims, lawsuits are usually happening. I know it’s just a little shopping center , but I saw some serious commercial leases in those little shopping centers.
 

automatic_tiger

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You’re right. It just confuses me tho. Years and years ago when I first finished school, I worked with a company that did a lot of commercial leases, and they were all usually long term expensive leases. Expensive monthly and expensive to break on either end. I guess a lot could be going on now that we don’t know about, but usually LLs have a duty to repair that shit or they are paying damages , insurance is paying claims, lawsuits are usually happening. I know it’s just a little shopping center , but I saw some serious commercial leases in those little shopping centers.
Most business owners would seek prompt redress.
Spa owners might be disinclined to press the matter for reasons due to the nature of their business, and the consequent need to stay on best of terms with their neighbors and landlords.
 
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