A fitness center with a high-tech concept has leased space to open a location in the Canton neighborhood in Baltimore.
PEAK Performance has agreed to lease 4,800 square feet of space at 512 S. Conklin St. and plans to open there later this month. The new tenants are transforming the space, which was used for restaurant supply, into a state-of-the-art training facility. Peak Performance owners Paul Been and Wayne Mackenzie’s concept involves group personal training, strength training and cardio intervals that utilize personal heart rate monitors to track a client’s progress.
“Fitness and training facilities thrive in areas featuring strong day-time and evening populations to facilitate convenience use by its customers,” Josh Halbedel of NAI KLNB, who represented the tenant, said in a news release. “This space was attractive to Peak Performance Training based on the nearly 200,000 people living within a three-mile radius, including 80,000 households. The space is benefited by outstanding roadside visibility and is positive in a vibrant and high-energy section of downtown.”
Transwestern’s Leo McDermott represented landlord William Schofield in the transaction.