Comprehensive health club upgrades the street-level business profile around Bryant Park
Bryant Park will soon have a stylish new neighbor, as Equinox Bryant Park is poised to open this spring. For 20 years, Equinox has presented exquisite health clubs that promote fitness and well-being. Now those who work or live near Bryant Park can join their own neighborhood branch.
The main tenant of the The CUBES, Equinox occupies 30,000 sq. ft. of space on three levels. There will be four studios (strength and cardio, cycling, Pilates, and yoga), a spa, a creative juice bar, and The Shop. Located at the junction of office towers housing major corporate, entertainment, and fashion companies, the new club is tailored for professionals seeking excellent service, innovative fitness programming, and restorative wellness treatments.
Just walking into Equinox will be an experience, as the glass cube acts as a lantern for the neighborhood, and a dramatic central stairway connects the three floors canvassed with concrete, bronze, and walnut details. The street-level entrance offers views of bustling 42nd Street and also of Bryant Park, and as you descend into the club you’ll be transported into a completely different environment.
Equity Office, which owns the gleaming MetLife Building at 1095 Avenue of the Americas, built the The CUBES glass retail boxes to complete a suite of properties which also includes a pedestrian plaza. The glass boxes transverse the block from 42nd to 41st Street, making the address of Bryant Park Equinox 125 W. 41st Street.
The Membership Office, located on the ground floor at 1095 Avenue of the Americas, is now open and if you act soon, you can take advantage of special introductory rates. Visit in person, call 212-299-0562, or click here for complete information.
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