The gym will be located at Maple Springs Commons, which is owned and managed by Paramount Assets.
Maurice Levy, chief operating officer at Paramount, and David Dunkelman, executive vice president of Soloff Retail, arranged the deal with Bill Miller, vice president of real estate for Blink Fitness.
This is Blink Fitness’ fourth lease signing within Paramount’s New Jersey portfolio, it said.
“Blink Fitness is recognized for its success in high-density, downtown markets. This property’s demographics and location, in proximity to a supermarket-anchored shopping center, made it particularly attractive to this tenant,” Dunn said. “There’s significant demand today for affordable gyms that cater to consumers of all ages and abilities. We’re excited to bring Blink Fitness to Irvington and are confident it will become a wonderful amenity for those who live and work in the community.”
The center will offer strength equipment including free weights, plates and machines for upper body, lower body and core. Additionally, the facility offers cardio machines and multiuse space for floor exercises, stretching and functional training.