Blink Fitness had its grand opening of its newest Garden State location at 440 Eastern Parkway in Irvington. The newly renovated shopping center, known as Maple Spring Commons, is owned and managed by real estate investment firm Paramount Assets. Chief Operating Officer Maurice Levy, along with David Dunkelman, executive vice-president of Soloff Retail, arranged the deal at the newly-built pad site with Bill Miller, vice-president of real estate for Blink Fitness.
The 440 Eastern Parkway lease represents Blink Fitness’ fourth lease signing within Paramount Assets’ New Jersey portfolio, and underscores the firm’s success in bringing quality regional and national franchises to transit-oriented, urban locales.
“Blink Fitness is recognized for its success in high-density, downtown markets. This property’s demographics and location, in proximity to a supermarket-anchored shopping center, made it particularly attractive to this tenant,” said Dunn. “There’s significant demand today for affordable gyms that cater to consumers of all ages and abilities. We’re excited to bring Blink Fitness to Irvington and are confident it will become a wonderful amenity for those who live and work in the community.”
The newest Blink Fitness facility boasts a broad offering of top-of-the-line strength equipment that includes free weights; plates; and machines for upper body, lower body, and core. Additionally, the facility offers a wide variety of premium cardio machines and a multi-use space for additional exercises, stretching and functional training. Certified personal trainers are available for members that wish to create a custom workout experience tailored to their personal goals.
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