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Orangetheory Fitness Coming to Flushing’s Tangram Next Year

Tangram Rendering

Sept. 26, 2019 By Allie Griffin

Orangetheory Fitness is opening up a Flushing location within the nearly completed Tangram, a 1.2-million-square foot mixed-use development, next year.

The popular Florida-based franchise will take over 3,200 square feet at the Tangram Tower, located at 37-12 Prince St. The fitness center is slated to open in summer 2020 and has signed a 10-year lease.

The Tangram development is scheduled to fully open in 2020 and will consist of two residential towers, retail space, office space, a 24,000-square-foot food hall and a sky lit atrium. The development will also house a four-star Renaissance New York Flushing Hotel, a state-of-the-art 4DX movie theater from Regal Cinemas, and the neighborhood’s first beer garden upon completion.

Tangram Tower, the office condominium within the development, is already open and move-ins are currently underway.

“Orangetheory Fitness will significantly fill the current void within the fitness studio market in Flushing,” said Alex Chiu, Executive Vice President of F&T Group, which is developing Tangram with SCG America.

Orangetheory has three membership programs to choose — Orange Premier, which includes unlimited classes available for six months; Orange Elite, which includes eight classes per month for six months; and Orange Basic, which includes four classes per month. The first class is free and membership benefits include a month-to-month contract and access to the more than 1,000 Orangetheory studio locations nationwide.

The lease was facilitated by Craig Gelberg, Jessie Wang and Evan Schuckman from Ripco Real Estate LLC representing Orangetheory and Seth Kessler and Ian Rice on behalf of SCG Retail representing Tangram.
“Orangetheory appreciates the support of its passionate members and the opportunity to inspire ‘More Life’ at Tangram in Downtown Flushing,” said Ellen Latham, founder of Orangetheory Fitness.
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