I came up with these two phrases:
There isn't a mall in the same city as this bakery.
There's no "Louis" barber in the mall belonging to same city as this bakery.
With the first one I would like to say that, in a certain city, there is a bakery (at least one) but no mall (at all).
With the second one I'm trying to say that in a certain city there is a bakery (at least one) and that in the same city there's also a mall (only one). And that in this mall there's no barber advertised as "Louis".
I can't avoid to feel that they are somewhat awkward. The second one feels especially awkward.
Do you think they could be rearranged to feel more natural?