Gold’s Gym coming to Georgetown
3200 Block of M Street, NW via Georgetown Park
From a press release:
“Gold’s Gym, the iconic fitness company with more than 700 gym locations worldwide, is set to open an all-new fitness facility in Georgetown. The company is bringing an approximately 24,000-square-foot fitness facility with state-of-the-art equipment and expert personal training to Georgetown Park, a retail destination situated between Georgetown’s two Main Streets and the historic C&O Canal.
Projected to open in fall 2023, the new Gold’s Gym will offer guests the opportunity to participate in a wide range of classes, including yoga, HIIT, and a full schedule of Les Mills group exercise classes. The fitness facility, which will be located on the lower level of the retail market, will mirror many of the progressive design elements of the company’s flagship location in Berlin. The space will incorporate natural wood elements, greenery, and a clean, modern locker room experience including an infrared sauna and 2,500 square feet of turf. Additionally, membership offerings will include various recovery products to ensure members can rejuvenate their bodies properly and maximize their fitness potential.
“We are excited to partner with Gold’s Gym, one of the most iconic names in fitness, to create a gym experience that celebrates and embraces the Georgetown community. Our aim is to create places that are fundamentally local, humble, aspirational, and inclusive, and Gold’s Gym aligns with that mission. They will provide an open and light-filled space with inclusive programming for a range of skill sets, offered at an accessible price point,” said Mark Witschorik, Director of Asset Management for the Mid-Atlantic Region at Jamestown.
“There is a tremendous amount of opportunity to bring health and wellness to the forefront while enhancing the Gold’s Gym experience in the D.C. market,” said Matt Clifford, President, CEO and managing partner of Gold’s Gym. “My partners and I are excited to grow our franchise in such a prominent, historic area and look forward to embracing the brick & timber of Georgetown and incorporating that into the operation of the facility.”