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A Sneak Peek at CityCenter’s Huge Fitness Center (Photos)

The gigantic gym spans two stories and has partnered with local gyms for free classes for residents.

The two-story gym at CityCenterDC includes a yoga and exercise room where local gyms will host free classes for residents. Photographs courtesy of Hines.

Our friends over at Open House have already shared the jaw-dropping details about the massive CityCenterDC complex in downtown Washington, from the sky-high monthly rent to the much-anticipated rooftop dog park. But here at Well+Being, we want to know: What’s the gym situation?

Don’t expect the cramped, dungeonlike conditions so often expected of apartment gyms. The fitness center, called CenterClub, is two stories and a whopping 3,200 square feet—that’s bigger than most boutique fitness studios.

CityCenter’s fitness center features cardio equipment on the lower level.

The now-open fitness center includes a yoga and exercise studio, where personal trainers and instructors from partner gyms Vida Fitness and Project Fitness host free classes twice a month. Residents can purchase private workout sessions with the gyms, too.

The upper level is reserved for strength-training and stretching, complete with assisted weight machines, free weights, exercise mats, and exercise balls.

In the main workout area downstairs, residents have access to the typical cardio machines, including ellipticals, treadmills, stationary bikes, and a rowing machine. Upstairs folks can strength-train with assisted weight machines and free weights.

So what’s a fitness buff have to do to gain access to the facility? Move in. Studio apartments start at $2,130, while rent for a three-bedroom begins at $7,590. Now that’s an expensive gym membership.

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