M&D Chi First Body Spa

2/4/2010:

M&D closed for renovation after fire

M&D Chi First Body Spa is currently under renovation after the Christmas Eve fire at 262 First Street. The entire building is going through a gut renovation.

Chi First Body Spa Massage doomed Hoboken NJ 2

SEE ORIGINAL “NEW BUSINESS” UPDATE FROM 2008 AFTER THE BREAK…

7/23/2008:

Today’s new business entry.

I guess Hoboken is filled with tense, stressed out residents! Will massage places join the ranks of dry cleaners, nail salons & realtors?

The great thing about M&C Chi First Body Spa is that the number can be easy to remember if you sing it to the tune of the Cablevision Triple Play song: “2-0-1, 4-1-8, Oh, Oh, Oh, Eiiiight!”

Genius!

Description – Massage (and not sure what “else”)
Address – 262 1st St, Hoboken, NJ 07030
Telephone – 201-418-0008

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16 Comments on "M&D Chi First Body Spa"

DEADMAU5
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DEADMAU5

If this was my place I would call it R & T. Get it?

kal-el
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kal-el

jkk ease up , take a xanex or something ! But all in all thanks for the info i wanna get there this weekend ! i’ll go here this week then visit a spot in edgewater next week where they finish you up with a “nice happy ending ” ahhhhhh see ya soon !

SWHotty
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SWHotty
[quote comment=”95040″]Hoboken 411, I am a little disappointed with you. I rarely post but often rely on the insight of both you and those who post on this site. However, I think you are a little out of line with this string of commentary. Has anyone who has thusfar commented on this business actually gone inside to check it out? Have any of you had a massage there? I for one have been to many of the Hoboken spas, and the massage at Chi First is top notch. Having been a serious athlete for many years, I appreciate a therapeutic massage, as opposed to a typical swedish one. I think its very juvenile and irresponsible to make snide and false accusations or jokes about this business without even knowing anything about it. The people who own this business had to raise money to start a new enterprise, and took a big risk in doing so. Why don’t you all grow up and find something better to do with your time than rip apart other people’s dreams for your own petty amusement? Granted, I work for a living and will not be here to read the I’m sure witty and pointless responses I get to this post. It’s not my goal to provoke you to respond to me. If you seem interested in this alleged seedy massage parlor, please go check it out and then post something that you actually know about. I somewhat care if this place stays in business… Read more »
mercy
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[quote comment=”95040″]Hoboken 411, I am a little disappointed with you. I rarely post but often rely on the insight of both you and those who post on this site. However, I think you are a little out of line with this string of commentary. Has anyone who has thusfar commented on this business actually gone inside to check it out? Have any of you had a massage there? I for one have been to many of the Hoboken spas, and the massage at Chi First is top notch. Having been a serious athlete for many years, I appreciate a therapeutic massage, as opposed to a typical swedish one. I think its very juvenile and irresponsible to make snide and false accusations or jokes about this business without even knowing anything about it. The people who own this business had to raise money to start a new enterprise, and took a big risk in doing so. Why don’t you all grow up and find something better to do with your time than rip apart other people’s dreams for your own petty amusement? Granted, I work for a living and will not be here to read the I’m sure witty and pointless responses I get to this post. It’s not my goal to provoke you to respond to me. If you seem interested in this alleged seedy massage parlor, please go check it out and then post something that you actually know about. I somewhat care if this place stays in business… Read more »
winesnob
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I really think it’s because of people like you that good businesses seem to disappear in Hoboken and are survived by mediocre ones.

i think you overestimate the power of this group of hoboken loonies :mrgreen:

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