305 Fitness Finds a New Home After David Barton Gym Shuts Down

Cyc Fitness has resumed operations, too.

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A 305 Fitness class/Photo provided

When David Barton Gym closed its doors last month, clients of the luxury gym weren’t the only ones left in the lurch. The two mini studios located within David Barton, Cyc Fitness and 305 Fitness, were forced to shut down, too.

The good news, however, is that both studios are now back up and running.

On Thursday, 305 Fitness announced that it’s found not just one new home, but two. The high-intensity cardio dance workout, known for its live DJs and club-inspired energy, will offer its classes at the Z Spot and Boston Sports Clubs Studio (formerly BFX), effective immediately.

The Z Spot, a Zumba studio in the Back Bay, will host three classes on both Saturdays and Sundays, while BSC will offer one session each weekday evening. To celebrate the grand reopening, founder Sadie Kurzban will teach 7:30 p.m. classes at BSC on both January 25 and January 26. (You can register for those, and all classes, here.)

For its part, Cyc Fitness reopened at its regular location on January 9, offering a full schedule of indoor cycling classes despite David Barton’s closure. The brand is also scouting a possible second location, says studio manager Lydia Ermilio. Stay tuned as plans develop.

Find 305 Fitness at the Z Spot, 181 Massachusetts Ave., Boston, thezspotboston.com and BSC Studio, 699 Boylston St., Boston, bostonsportsclubs.com. Find Cyc Fitness at the Park Plaza, 50 Park Plaza, Boston, cycfitness.com.