Anatomy announced a new flagship Miami Beach location at 1212 Lincoln Road. Eager to continue providing a next-level fitness experience for Anatomy’s growing community, the move will take place in early 2023 as they relocate from their existing space at 1220 20th Street.
“The Anatomy team is excited to bring this elevated space and enhanced fitness experience to the community,” said the Anatomy Team. “We are grateful to our team and the community for embracing Anatomy with such passion since we opened our first location in 2014. We are endlessly committed to growing with the needs of our Anatomy family and look forward to this new chapter of Anatomy’s evolution.”
Anatomy, influenced by sports performance and the science of strength conditioning, provides members and guests a life-enriching community where they can sweat, enhance and recover in a positive welcoming community.
The new location is comprised of approximately 15,000 square feet of indoor space and another 8,000 square feet of expansive outdoor space. Designed by Francois Frossard Design, it will feature dramatic glass 70 foot skylit ceiling, infusing spectacular light into the space, state-of-the-art cardio and strength equipment, and a variety of group fitness classes including open-air outdoor fitness programming. Body Architects will also be available for personal training with programming designed to help members achieve a top level of fitness.
The new space will house ‘The Sanctuary,’ Anatomy’s signature recovery and regeneration component that includes hot and cold plunges, infrared sauna, and a eucalyptus steam room. Members can expect expanded retail, pre/post workout lounging areas, plus easily-accessible on-site parking, complimentary for 2-hours.
“We are thrilled to partner with Anatomy on its new Miami Beach flagship location,” said Marisa Galbut, Commercial Director at Crescent Heights. “Anatomy is a market leader and delivers an innovative approach to fitness and wellness. This is a true example of collaboration and space creation for the growth and development of our community.”