Anatomy at 1220 to anchor Avra Jain project near Midtown Miami

Miami Beach gym leasing 15k sf of space at 3415 NE 2nd Ave

TRD MIAMI /
Dec.December 18, 2017 12:30 PM

3415 Northeast Second Avenue, Avra Jain (Credit: the Vagabond Group and Anatomy)

Miami Beach gym Anatomy at 1220 is bulking up with a second location.

Owners Chris Paciello and Marc Megna signed a lease for 15,000 square feet at 3415 Northeast Second Avenue in Miami, broker Lyle Chariff told The Real Deal. Avra Jain and Joe Del Vecchio of Vagabond Group paid $13 million in May for the building, which sits just east of Midtown Miami near Edgewater.

Chariff, Luis Guevara and Mauricio Zapata of Chariff Realty Group brokered the lease, which is for more than 10 years. The fitness and wellness company will also be taking some office space on the second floor. Chariff is working closely with the owners to lease the remaining office space on the second and third floors, he said, declining to provide lease rates.

Anatomy’s Miami location will also offer personal training, a sauna, steam room, and hot and cold plunge pools.

Other new gyms in the area include Orangetheory Fitness in the Miami Design District and Barry’s Bootcamp in Midtown Miami.

Anatomy is working on interior plans for the space, and Jain and Del Vecchio are renovating the exterior. The three-story, 48,000-square-foot building, which includes more than 110 parking spaces, was originally a shoe distribution warehouse.


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