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Over the course of the past year, the neighborhoods of Arlington County—specifically the National Landing area—have faced numerous changes in business growth, property cost increases and developments as a result of the much-anticipated arrival of Amazon’s second headquarters, better known as HQ2.
The latest announcement in the surplus of changes expected in 2020 comes from Tysons-based US Fitness Holdings, LLC, which plans to expand and renovate its Crystal Park location of Sport&Health in partnership with HQ2 developer JBG Smith.
Sport&Health Crystal Park is one of five Sport&Health locations in Virginia, and is part of US Fitness Holdings’ larger umbrella of over 50 multi-purpose health clubs primarily located in the DMV.
While the Arlington location currently includes an indoor, salt-water pool, state-of-the-art cardio and strength equipment, and separate studios for cycling, yoga and group fitness classes, it will experience an 8,000-square-foot expansion this spring. When the renovation is complete, the facility will include additional space for strength training, larger studios and functional turf-training areas.
“We’re excited to expand our location along with the new development of the National Landing area and the new Amazon headquarters,” Kirk and John Galiani, co-chairmen of US Fitness said in a recent press release. “Our successful partnership with JBG has allowed us the opportunity to deliver the ultimate fitness experience to this rapidly growing community.”
The expansion project will begin in the spring of 2020 and is expected to be complete the following summer, without disrupting the current facility.
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