Tremont Athletic Club plans to lease about 9,200 square feet on the first floor of Centric in University Circle in the summer of 2018. It’s the second location for Tremont Athletic Club. The first location opened at The Fairmont Creamery, a historic 108,000-square-foot mixed use building with 30 apartments.
CLEVELAND, Ohio – Midwest Development Partners LLC announced today the signing of its first commercial lease for the Centric project in University Circle, Tremont Athletic Club. It’s scheduled to open in the summer of 2018.
Tremont Athletic Club plans to lease about 9,200 square feet on the first floor of Centric. It’s the second location for Tremont Athletic Club. The first location opened at The Fairmont Creamery, a historic 108,000-square-foot mixed use building with 30 apartments.
Located on Mayfield Road just past the bridge between Little Italy and the Uptown District, Centric is a 295,550 square foot mixed use building that includes 272 apartments and 30,000 square-feet of commercial space on the ground floor. Centric includes a 360 car structured garage and a two-thirds of an acre park-like interior courtyard which also serves as a cut through for pedestrians walking to and from Little Italy and the Uptown project and Euclid Avenue.
Tremont Athletic Club is a locally owned, community based, full-service fitness center.
“We are beyond excited to bring our ‘community first’ fitness approach to University Circle, the fastest growing area both residentially and as a workplace within Northeast Ohio,” TAC founder Nick White, said in a statement.
“We could not pass up the opportunity be a part of Centric. Their commitment to offer nothing but the best experience to their tenants fits perfectly with TAC’s relationship with our members.”
Steve Rubin, a Midwest Development Partners LLC partner said Tremont Athletic Club is a great addition to Centric.
“It’s a perfect fit to the lifestyle we are working to create and brings a health and wellness component for our residents so important in the busy lifestyle of today’s world.”