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Three recent Marietta business site vacancies

February 21, 2013

Several Marietta businesses that have closed their doors may soon have new life....

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Feb-22-13 2:28 PM

Your right about Tina Thomas the amount of money she wants to rent that horiable place. She owes me over $1500.00 from a job I did last year and had the nerve to try and get me to do more work on the same place inorder to get my money for the work I had already done. And don't try to lie about it, because I have every bit of it documented along with pic. O'yea' that's right, she can't afford it. So maybe I should give her a break after she has agreed to pay me in writing via e-mail, this was almost a year ago!!!!

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Feb-21-13 11:16 PM

The reason the 4seasons sits closed is because they want a kings ransom for a run down bar worth less than the real estate due to its reputation...I asked about purchasing but was told not for sale at 'any price' others I know we're interviewed for lease but were told minimum 10yr lease, 3k per month plus a % of sales??? That place will sit empty for sometime possibly until the state revokes the license due to inactivity

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Feb-21-13 3:05 PM

one can always count on "stiff" for positive,uplifting and inspiring comments.

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Feb-21-13 1:58 PM

wps3417, you may wish to contact dunkin donuts directly. it appears that washington county is in "reserved" status and not open for new franchises. it would take a respectable investment to get one going. personally i do not think the financial demographics are there to fully support it unless you could locate within reasonable distance to the interstate. if you desire a "meatier" doughnut then dunkin is the way to go. but if you prefer the evaporate-when-hot in your mouth doughnut, then its gotta be krispy kreme. they are soooo addictive. both companies offer great coffee though.

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Feb-21-13 10:19 AM

Please Dunkin Donut, Please Dunkin Donut!

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Feb-21-13 10:00 AM

The BP's problem was 2 fold. Horrible location for convenient access and a shiny new gas station across the street .

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Feb-21-13 9:33 AM

I can't wait to see what "the best possible choice" is for the Greene Street location.

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Feb-21-13 9:08 AM

@ Joebob1 I don't think the EPA has anything to do with the closing. If there was a problem with the underground tanks than they would have had to fix them .

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Feb-21-13 9:07 AM

Starting up any kind business is really hard it's a life changing event. I have opened up four of them over the years and it has changed me a great deal.It's not for everyone and nine out of ten people will fail at it but it's better to try and fail than not try at all.

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Feb-21-13 9:03 AM

Wonder if the EPA had anything to do with the closure of the BP? If so, it's going to take a lot more than good luck to get them up and running.

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Feb-21-13 7:40 AM

Good luck to the new business owners!

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