Q&A: When is Chuze Fitness going to open in Citrus Heights? – Citrus Heights Sentinel

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By Mike Hazlip—
Although plans were initially slated for an earlier opening date, Citrus Heights’ newest fitness center is set to open early October.
Southern California-based Chuze Fitness is opening in the former Sports Authority building at 5995 Birdcage Centre Ln. in the Marketplace at Birdcage shopping center. Corporate spokeswoman Allie Droze told The Sentinel the company is “thrilled” to open in Citrus Heights and confirmed the location is slated to open in “early October.”
Signage matching the company’s branding is already in place at the site, and much of the fitness equipment is in installed. A phone call to the location on Oct. 1 played a recording telling callers that the center is opening soon, but did not include a specific date.
Chuze Fitness has over 30 locations throughout California, Arizona, Colorado, and New Mexico, according to the company’s website. Amenities offered at many of the gym’s California locations include HydroMassage chairs, indoor cinema areas with daily movie showings, tanning beds, indoor turf areas, as well as pools and hot tubs. Some locations are also open 24 hours.
Another Southern California-based fitness chain is also slated to open a new location in Citrus Heights, at the Sunrise Village shopping center currently being renovated at the corner of Sunrise Boulevard and Madison Avenue. City Sports Club is planning to open a 36,000-square-foot location in the center, according to plans listed online.
Future development in the Sunrise Marketplace continues, with CSL Plasma coming to the former Dimple Records building at 7830 Macy Plaza Drive, and extensive redevelopment of the Sunrise Village center near Sunrise Boulevard and Madison Avenue.
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