“Our up-and-coming club mirrors the ‘happening’ nature of East Village,” said Artem Sharoshkin, the Owner and Managing Director of The Boxing Club. The energy of downtown is changing, and East Village is the latest neighborhood to drive that change. It is the perfect location for The Boxing Club, and we believe it will become the new destination for local residents as well as tourists.
The yin-yang design of the 13,000-sq ft. TBC East Village location will reflect the company’s approach to fitness and a training program that offers rigorous Boxing, Kickboxing, Muay Thai and Jiu Jitsu training alongside indoor cycling, high intensity interval training, yoga and Pilates classes in the state-of-the-art facility. The 30-foot graffiti mural will balance out the crystal chandelier hanging over the boxing ring, while the grand glass ramp will lead to a massive painting of Edward Norton’s character in the famed movie Fight Club.
“With the first step into the club, you’ll know and feel that this isn’t just your regular fitness gym, this is a club that becomes a part of who you are. And with the distinctive design weaved into the complete experience, we are making that difference known immediately,” Artem added.
September 04, 2017