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Seek Fitness to close end of October


Oct. 14, 2014 Staff Report

One door is closing, while another door is about to open.

Seek Fitness, located at 27-18 23rd Ave, will be closing for good at the end of this month, according to the building owner.

The fitness center–which opened in 2010 and has been offering yoga, kick boxing, and Zumba—will be leaving to make way for another yoga/fitness center, according to the owner.

Despite its closure, Seek Fitness has been a well-regard facility. It has four-and-a-half out of five stars on Yelp, based on 19 reviews.

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