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Sport & Health to Open Luxurious Fitness Club in Rockville
It will be part of the planned Pike & Rose development in the White Flint District. By Melissa Romero
Sport & Health announced Monday it will open its 24th location at the new Pike & Rose development in Rockville in the fall of 2014. The 32,000-square-foot facility will feature an outdoor training space. Illustration via Pike & Rose.
Comments () | Published September 24, 2013

Next year, Rockville residents will get their very own Sport & Health club.

On Monday, Sport & Health announced plans to open its 24th location at Pike & Rose, the new development in the works for the White Flint District, at Montrose Parkway, Rockville Pike, and Old Georgetown Road.

The new 32,000-square-foot facility will be Sport & Health’s most luxurious fitness center yet, according to a rep. It’s going to feature a mind-and-body studio dedicated to yoga and relaxation, a cycling studio featuring virtual rides, and a section dedicated to Sport & Health’s Kidz Klub, which will feature interactive video games for children.

Another perk: Gym-goers will be able to take their training outside at the club’s elevated outdoor space.

When it opens in fall 2014, Sport & Health will become the first gym to become part of the revitalization of the White Flint District. Pike & Rose plans to be a walk-friendly neighborhood on 24 acres, with 1,500 residential units, office space, hotels, and restaurants, including Protein Bar, Roti Mediterranean Grill, and ShopHouse.

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  • bert

    I can't wait.

  • Barry Cohen

    how much i wonder??

  • Carolina Mejia

    My cousin in Walkersville, MD told me about this new location opening and she said that when they opened up a similar location in Walkersville, they had a trailer sitting out front of the construction zone signing people up. She pays $189 for a family of four, an offer that she got with early enrollment. So keep an eye out for the news!

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