Orangetheory Fitness will be joining Harris Teeter at a new development along Columbia Pike.
The trendy boutique gym will be located on the ground floor of the Centro Arlington complex at 4231 Columbia Pike. Franchise owner Mark Steverson said he’s aiming for a December 1 opening date.
“We’re excited for Columbia Pike,” said Steverson. “We think its a fantastic area and we look forward to opening.”
When finished, Centro Arlington will consist of the grocery store, the gym, additional retail space, a 22,000 square foot open space, a three-level parking garage, and an apartment complex. The project replaces the old Food Star Grocery store on the Pike.
Contractors applied for Orangetheory’s commercial building permit in June, according to county records.
This will be the fifth Arlington location for Orangetheory, which offers hour-long workouts utilize a combination of cardio, free weights, and heart rate monitoring to maximize calorie burn. Existing Orangetheory locations in Arlington include Rosslyn, Ballston, Pentagon City, and Clarendon.
Those who sign up for classes now will have access to exclusive pre-sale rates, Steverson said.
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