Orangetheory Fitness has signed leases for two more workout studios in the San Francisco Bay Area as it further expands its presence in the region. Orangetheory will soon be adding convenient locations in the cities of Lafayette (East Bay) and San Mateo (Peninsula). In Lafayette, Orangetheory leased 3,210 square feet of end cap space in a freestanding, multi-tenant building located at 3517 Mt. Diablo Boulevard.The space is located at a prime intersection location directly across from Whole Foods Market and Safeway. Owned by David Seyranian, the property is easily accessible from California Highway 24—the East Bay’s major east/west traffic artery—and features generous parking. In San Mateo, Orangetheory leased 4,600 square feet of space within a freetstanding, multi-tenant building located at the visible corner of South B Street and First Avenue in the city’s vibrant downtown area. Orangetheory’s new Peninsula location is also conveniently located directly across from a Caltrain station. The property is owned by The Joseph E. & Adeline Eberle Trust. Katie Singer with Cushman & Wakefield’s Retail Services group represented the tenant in both transactions.
Orangetheory, nationally known for its one-of-a-kind workouts broken into intervals of cardiovascular and strength training using a variety of equipment, is anticipated to open its new workout studio this spring. These two locations are among several new studios the fitness group plans to open in Northern California in the near future.