Earlier this month, ClassPass discontinued unlimited memberships, breaking the hearts of variety-loving gym rats everywhere. While, sadly, we can’t resurrect ClassPass unlimited, we can bring you news of an exciting new way to mix up your fitness routine.
Assembly Row is rolling out a new fitness concept called FitRow. The 15,000-square-foot space, set to open in the spring of 2017, will house five different boutique studios, operating independently but located under one roof. The idea is to make it easy and convenient for people to add diversity to their workout routines—kind of like the physical manifestation of ClassPass.
Orangetheory Fitness, a high-intensity bootcamp studio, and Title Boxing Club, a boxing and kickboxing gym, have signed on so far, and FitRow is finalizing tenants for the remaining three studio spaces. The complex will also be home to a Squeeze Juice Bar, which will use produce grown on the building’s terrace.
Membership options haven’t been released yet, but a spokesperson for the development says it will offer a plan that allows clients to take classes at all five studios. Stay tuned for pricing information and membership details.
FitRow will be located on the second floor of the Partners Healthcare building at Assembly Row.
UPDATED, May 12, 2017:
Club Pilates and Barre N9ne will also open studios at FitRow. See more details here.
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