I’m still filtering through emails after a week’s vacay. Here’s an interesting announcement of the FOURTH indoor cycling studio to open in Charleston. The others being Charleston RIDE on Wentworth Street, Journey Cycling in Mount Pleasant and Velocity Cycling on East Bay Street. DQ
REVOLUTION INDOOR CYCLING TO OPEN AT ELAN MIDTOWN
Cycling and fitness studio slated to open early 2014
CHARLESTON, S.C. (November 7, 2013) – CHS Revolution indoor cycling studio will soon open with a dedicated staff and popular fitness classes in the retail portion of Elan Midtown, the mid-rise, boutique apartment community being developed by Greystar Real Estate Partners at 441 Meeting Street in downtown Charleston.
The Revolution studio will offer classes suitable to all levels of fitness and experience. Revolution’s high-intensity classes are accompanied by curated music playlists and theatrical lighting.
“Revolution is an exciting product and we are honored to bring their flagship location to Elan Midtown and to our residents,” says Todd Wigfield, Managing Director of Development for Greystar.
“The innovative programming and team make for an exceptional addition to our development and are a complement to the facilities and amenities we already have in place to make for a luxury residential experience.”
Revolution co-owners Lindsay Rodbell and Eric Feather relocated to Charleston from Manhattan to open the studio. Along with their business partner, Nick Oram, a top fitness trainer with a large celebrity following, they plan to open additional studios across the country following the opening of the flagship Charleston location.
“Revolution will become the leader in the indoor cycling movement. It’s a full-body workout with intensity and is driven by music. We are a method, we are a community, we are a revolution!” said partner, Nick Oram.
Elan Midtown is a new mixed-use apartment development currently underway in downtown Charleston. The new luxury community is expected to be completed this fall and will contain 200 modern, urban apartment homes featuring studio, one bedroom, and two bedroom floor plans as well as first floor retail space, which will provide additional amenities and services to residents.
The new Revolution studio will account for 2,228 square feet of the designated 7,000 square-foot retail space.
Elan Midtown previously announced the leasing of 1,200 square feet to tenant Edward Jones, a financial investment firm, and 1,200 square feet to Bull Street Gourmet & Market, an upscale eatery and food market, leaving approximately 2,300 square feet for future retail development. For information please visit www.elanmidtown.com.