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It’s Growth Season for Gold’s Gym

Golds Gym SoCal on Oct. 7 announced plans to expand its network over the next four years, beginning with three new gyms set to open by early 2022 and renovating eight more by the close of next year.

“Despite the challenges brought on by 2020 due to the pandemic, Gold’s Gym SoCal persevered in order to keep fulfilling the needs of the fitness communities,” Angel Banos, chief executive of Gold’s Gym SoCal, said in a statement. “Now we’re making up for time lost because of the pandemic by accelerating our expansion and introducing new, top-tier fitness experiences,” Angel Banos said.

A 38,000-square-foot facility in the Northridge Fashion Center is slated for opening this winter. Soon after Northridge opens, facilities in Cerritos and Rancho Cucamonga will open as soon as early 2022.

“The fitness industry has evolved significantly since we opened our first Gold’s Gym in North Hollywood back in 1987,” Angel Banos said in a statement. “Our growth since then has been driven by our willingness to embrace our members’ wants and needs as they have changed over time.”  

Also, Gold’s Gym SoCal plans significant updates in the coming months to gyms in Santa Barbara, Goleta, downtown Los Angeles, Thousand Oaks, Fullerton, Arcadia, Long Beach and Culver City. Upgrades will vary by location, according to a company statement, with major projects including add-on expansions to both indoor and outdoor exercise spaces, installations of high-tech equipment, the addition of indoor functional turf training areas and full interior remodels.

 

Katherine Tangalakis-Lippert
Katherine Tangalakis-Lippert
Katherine Tangalakis-Lippert is a Los Angeles-based reporter covering retail, hospitality and philanthropy for the San Fernando Valley Business Journal. In addition to her current beat, she is particularly interested in criminal justice topics, health and science stories and investigative journalism. She received her AA in Humanities from Moorpark College in 2016, her BA in Communication from Cal Lutheran University in 2019 and followed it up with a MA in Specialized Journalism from USC in the summer of 2020. Through her work, Katherine aspires to help strengthen the fragile trust between members of the media and the public.
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