MANHASSET, N.Y. – David Townes spearheaded the transaction; Jason Sobel of Ripco Real Estate served as landlord broker. A fall 2019 opening is planned.
1579 Northern Blvd. is situated on the North Shore of Long Island’s “Miracle Mile,” a prominent shopping district in Nassau County. The new Mayweather Boxing & Fitness will be the first suburban New York studio for the fitness chain, created by former six-weight boxing world champion Floyd Mayweather Jr. Another franchise location is coming soon to Midtown Manhattan.
The brand’s best-in-class fitness concept distinguishes itself by offering class-based boxing and functional training workouts for all fitness levels. “We are pleased to bring Mayweather Boxing & Fitness to Long Island. Its presence will provide those who live and work in the community with an effective new option for meeting their health and wellness goals,” said Townes.
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