Retro Fitness has opened its new corporate headquarters and support center in West Palm Beach, FL. The new location was a strategic relocation for the brand during its 15th anniversary, prompted by its national growth and expansion.

Retro Fitness partnered with the architectural firm, Nichols/Page Design Association Inc., to open its new 13,000-square-foot  support center located at 1601 Belvedere Road.

“Recognizing Retro Fitness was at an inflection point, part of our transformation was a strategic relocation that complimented the growth opportunity in front of us,” said Andrew Alfano, CEO of Retro Fitness. “Since then, the world has completely changed amid the pandemic, and our new support center has been our haven as we navigated the new normal, growing our member joins, club locations and investor interest exponentially. We are excited to draw upon the energy of the communities throughout Florida and support Governor DeSantis’ focus that public health is more than just beating a virus.”

“I welcome Retro Fitness to West Palm Beach,” said Governor Ron DeSantis. “Despite the fact that focusing on health and wellness would have done a lot of good in face of the pandemic, the fitness industry was, unfortunately, one of the main targets of shutdowns in other states. I am excited Retro has made their move to the free state of Florida, and I wish them all the success.”

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