City Fitness has announced that it has signed a massive lease at the $600 million East Market mixed-use development, just one day after Wawa announced that it would set up shop at 1199 Ludlow Street.
At 26,916 square feet, City Fitness is now the biggest retailer to sign onto East Market.
City Fitness, a gym chain that started out in Northern Liberties, will take up the entire second floor of the 20-story tower at 1199 Ludlow Street. It will sit above Wawa and Iron Hill Brewery, which will both be on the ground floor of the two-story retail podium of the 240-unit residential tower.
The City Fitness will be separate from the fitness center that’s planned just for residents elsewhere in the tower, a spokesperson for East Market clarified.
Here’s the full list of tenants who have signed on at East Market so far, broken down by building:
1199 Ludlow Street
- City Fitness—29,916 square feet
- Wawa—6,196 square feet
- Iron Hill Brewery—8,450 square feet
- 240 residential units
- Mom’s Organic Market—16,000 square feet
- The Design Center—48,000 square feet
- Bohlin Cywinski Jackson—18,525 square feet