Boston’s First Luxury CrossFit Gym Is Now Open Downtown

Brick Boston boasts a juice and smoothie bar, swanky locker rooms, massage therapy, and more.

BRICK Boston photo provided to Boston Magazine.

Brick Boston photo provided to Boston Magazine.

CrossFit has a reputation for being a relatively bare-bones workout regimen—but a new Boston box is shaking things up.

Brick, which opened on Federal Street Monday, is the city’s first luxury CrossFit space, complete with a smoothie and juice bar, massage therapy, personal training, towel service, and swanky locker rooms.

In addition to classic CrossFit, the gym’s offerings include an “educational on-ramping series” for CrossFit newbies, a high-intensity interval training class, personal training, yoga, and a weightlifting technique class. The gym also offers open hours to break a sweat without a trainer, though it asks that those flying solo have at least six months of experience.

The Boston location is the company’s sixth; it has others in New York, Chicago, and Los Angeles.

The gym is offering complimentary, two-week trial memberships through the end of December. After that, drop-in CrossFit classes will be $30 and 10-class packs will be $220.

133 Federal Street, Boston, 617-426-0875,