Shaftesbury has today announced that boutique fitness destination, Another_Space, is to make its UK debut at Seven Dials. Launching as a sister club to pioneering British fitness brand, Third Space, Another_Space is taking a 7,582sq ft site on Tower Street and is due to open on 5 May 2016.
Spearheaded by Colin Waggett, founder of Psycle and CEO of Third Space, Another_Space is a non-membership stylish boutique fitness studio, offering class-based fitness training programs. Split over two floors, the site has been designed by Goldstein Wein, and will feature specialist training rooms for three classes in one destination: Power Yoga, Cycle and High Intensity Interval Training.
Commenting on the launch of Another Space at Seven Dials, Colin Waggett, said: “Another_Space is the next generation of health and fitness innovation, providing a carefully selected unique combination of complementary classes in one state of the art studio. Another_Space provides the perfect answer for those people wanting the boutique studio experience, but also want variety and cross training benefits, for better results and sustained motivation. We wanted to provide customers with this experience in a central location, and Seven Dials is in the heart of London and the perfect choice for us to showcase this new concept.”
Charles Owen, portfolio executive at Shaftesbury, added: “We wanted our first pure leisure offer at Seven Dials to reflect the fashion and dining brands and Another_Space is an exciting new addition which will certainly be a focal point for the local residents and office workers in the surrounding area. Seven Dials has significant appeal due to its premium international brands and Another_Space is a significant new entry which also acts as a gateway to the popular Monmouth and Earlham Street.”
The signing of Another_Space marks the latest in a string of openings at Seven Dials including international brands such as Club Monaco, Fresh and the announcement of Le Labo, which is due to open in May.