Business owner in Elk Grove's Stonelake Landing shopping center uses art to direct message at CNU landlord

The owners of an Elk Grove business who are unpleased with their landlord have used art to express their frustration. In a postin...




The owners of an Elk Grove business who are unpleased with their landlord have used art to express their frustration.

In a posting today on social media Results Transformation posted a portion of an interior mural they commissioner expressing displeasure with their landlord, California Northstate University. The mural (see below), which started just days ago, included an image of a fist with "results" seemingly taking aim at a rendering of CNU's controversial $900 million 400 bed hospital.

Results Transformation, a multi-unit business with a location at Stonelake Landing shopping center, has taken issue with how their landlord have dealt with tenants of the commercial facility they own. As part of their plan, CNU is attempting eviction of tenants so the shopping center can be demolished for the controversial project.

"We didn’t give them to much real estate but I think the message is clear," Results Transformation co-owner Matt Weaver said in his posting. The mural takes up an entire wall and the image of the fist and the hospital rendering is located on one of the far sides of the mural.

Weaver is one of several CNU tenants who have become increasingly vocal about their dealings with the school and their president and CEO, Alvin Cheung. Earlier this week commercial leasing agent Christina Snyder, who represents seven of those tenants, appeared before the city council and alleged that Cheung, and his operations manager Mike Lee are intentionally trying to have the businesses fail so they can avoid paying relocation costs. 
  
Watch Snyder's comments here

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