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The number of sleazy late night massage parlours that have opened over the last few years has been absolutely disgraceful. But I guess when we have the highest unemployment level in Australia then many Asian females are going to revert to this type of work. I know that the massage places in Hindley St are owned by a young Chinese guy and am told he has also leased double floor shops on the ground of the new Holiday Inn.
In general, while I agree there growth is overwhelming but if it wasn't for them I believe those b or c grade shops would just be sitting vacant anyway possibly for years. The question then is, what would you prefer? Ghs, while I totally agree about the perception, the reality may be far different. No doubt there are also many dubious ones like the one you mention. However my point is its unfair though to tar all of them with the same brush.
Why won't you even contemplate there are genuine ones? Why not go into some of the genuine places and make your own enquires and then report back to the forum rather than make uninformed comments? Further the point you have ignored is that many shops would be empty for possibly years without them.
Last edited by how good is he on Thu Jun 15, 5: After what appeared to be a 2 year long fitout Soul Origin opened today in Rundle Place. Help us Fight Back the Retail Apocalypse. The fit out for this is also taking forever. They have a call to arms on Facebook because apparently the Rundle Mall Management Authority is moving them on after 30 June. Apologies I can't post a link easily from the phone. The resulting comments are fairly typical "they wonder why the mall is dead" etc.
Assume there's another side to it but couldnt see anything at a glance. Not sure if this is the right thread for it, but anyone know the other side of the story to combeeze? Also seems to be at odds with the pop up concept, given they've been trading daily for like 3 years. I would have thought the idea was to get a bit of rotation happening for potential new vendors, with successful ones moving to stand on their own feet, rather than having a quasi permanent tenancy where something transient seems better placed.