5.27.2011

Tushita Heaven wellness center to open on the corner of Broadway and Spring Street; Turkish Bazaar to open a second Broadway location

 Hello Saratoga! 

This is my first post as the new biz reporter for the Saratogian. You might have to bare with me as I learn the ropes of the 'In-the-Biz' blog, but I can say with confidence that I'm extremely excited to get this blog back up and running in full swing for the summer season. Please feel free to contact me at slourie@saratogian.com with any tips or hints about all things biz related. 

To get us back on the scene we have a couple of new developments in local businesses.

Saratoga Turkish Bazaar is moving. The shop will open a second location at 506 Broadway with a tentative grand opening scheduled for July 1st. The Bazaar, currently located in the Downstreet Marketplace at 454 Broadway, will keep its old location once the new venue opens up until the end of the year. The Bazaar sells fine imported goods from Turkey including artwork, woven rugs, scarves, jewelry, shoes and more.

New business to open on the corner of Broadway and Spring Street - Tushita Heaven.

Tushita Heaven, a business featuring products and services geared toward ‘enlightened living,’ is moving to Saratoga Springs in a building located at the corner of Broadway and Spring Street. The building, owned by Shoe Depot owner Frank Panza, was previously up for auction until Panza filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy in Nevada on Tuesday May 3rd. With the bankruptcy, the bank will be unable to sell Panza’s property until his finances are resolved. In the meantime however, the building was reopened for prospective business leases. Dawn Hall of San Juan Capistrano, California, quickly took advantage of the retail space where she will relocate Tushita Heaven in her move from the west coast to Saratoga Springs.

Tushita Heaven, an enlightened living wellness center, offers an array of natural healing services aimed to increase consumers’ quality of life, relieve stress and enhance physical and emotional well-being. Some of the services available include: healing workshops, crystal therapy, holistic wellness, psychic reading, hypnotherapy and spiritual counseling.  The shop will feature products geared toward alternative and new-age wellness practices like crystals, incense, antiques, candles and wood carvings. Hall plans to open Tushita Heaven in Saratoga Springs before the middle of June. 

Check it out at tushitaheaven.com

Stay tuned for more business developments!

Suzanna K. Lourie
slourie@saratogian.com - Business and Education Reporter

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