The first two retail tenants have been announced for City Springs, the new mixed-use development under construction in Sandy Springs.
City officials announced that SculptHouse and TURN Indoor Cycling + Strength, are the first retail tenants signed on for City Springs. When the mixed-use development opens later this year, it will have housing, shopping, a performing arts center and government offices among other things.
These two new businesses should make holding to New Year’s resolutions easier for folks in north Fulton County.
TURN Indoor Cycling + Strength is owned by Ashley Francis. The 3,200 square-foot space will be a boutique cycling and fitness studio. TURN will offer total-body workouts, fitness classes and “workouts for the avid athlete to the inner dancer.”
“TURN will be a place where community is built upon a fun and rewarding culture,” Francis said in a statement. “We designed the studio with the client in mind and we cannot wait for all to experience it.”
SculptHouse is opening its second metro Atlanta location in City Springs. Its first, based near Buckhead, was voted “Best of Atlanta” and showcased as one of the country’s Top 10 Most Innovative Fitness Boutiques. It combines something called a “Lagree Megaformer” with a “Woodway Curve” for a core-sculpting and low-impact workout. It is designed for all fitness levels and abilities.
The fitness space, also 3,200 square feet, will feature one-on-one training, keyless lockers, fully-stocked bathrooms with grooming products, a private shower and blow dry bar.
“City Springs is intended as a location where our residents can live, work and play, and these fitness-centric retailers will also help us promote a healthy lifestyle within our city,” Sandy Springs mayor Rusty Paul said in a statement.
City Springs is set to open in phases in 2018. It is expected to be fully open and operational this summer.
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