Bringin’ the Fun, the cute, 14-month old Internet cafe and espresso bar in Cruz Bay, is for sale. Asking price is $75,000 for the shop which also does breakfasts, sells some gift items, and gets a commission when booking day sails and island tours.
Here’s our earlier story about the place: http://barnako.typepad.com/news_of_st_john_usvi/2007/05/closest_thing_t.html
She and her handyman/builder/carpenter partner, Rance, took esentially “dead space” above the American Paradise Real Estate office, painted, installed counters, tables and chairs, installed a waterfall and created a pleasant place to while away an hour sipping and surfing.
“The spot could continue with coffee and internet (if computers were added), possibly yoga, exercise, a juice bar, or could be office space, possibly for a villa rental company, retail shop, health and beauty spa, anything except a bar or restaurant,” Nydick added. (The landlord, the Banana Deck restaurant, says competition would be a no-no.)
“We’ll consider all offers!!,” she added. “I love running my own business, but want some freedom to travel a little more and enjoy beautiful St. John.”
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Hey, I got three notices for 1994 for a property that probably changed hands five times until I bought it in 2004.
Got another notice for 1998 when I bought it in 1999. Again, three copies.
Believe if they did not send out multiple copies they would probably save enough for the taxes on one of the lots.
In each case, I closed through a title company and you can bet your beepy, I’m going back to the title companies to make good!
I would wager, this is not a one time small problem and many of us got these notices for land we did not owe when the prior owners may or may not have been delinquent. Who in their right mind keeps records for 13 years ago!