High-end gym heads to former Bed, Bath & Beyond space in Yorktown

TRD New York /
Jan.January 03, 2019 03:01 PM

Level Fitness Clubs will open a new location this month in Yorktown after leasing 22,000 square feet at a former Bed, Bath & Beyond store in the Staples Plaza shopping center, Tap Into Yorktown reported. The outlet noted the luxury gym enlisted architect Rudy Fabiano to use distressed wood, marble, slate and stone to build out its high-ceilinged space in the vacant Bed, Bath & Beyond — the home goods retail chain has closed some stores in recent months in order to improve its financial performance and compete with e-commerce giants like Amazon. Joan Simon of Admiral Real Estate Services in Bronxville represented Level Fitness on its lease, while the landlord, Greenwich-based real estate investment trust Urstadt Biddle Properties, was advised by its director of leasing, Linda Lacey, and senior leasing representative Jeremy Schwartz. Level Fitness offers a variety of membership options at its new space, which will have three separate studios, saunas, a salt room and unlimited guest privileges. [TAPinto]

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