Steve Nash gym to move to Uptown

Steve Nash Fitness World is moving to Uptown in November

Steve Nash Fitness World is coming to Uptown this November. The facility will be on the second level above the Town Plaza, taking up more than 15,000 square feet.

“Uptown is the ideal location, making access to the club convenient for our members,” said Nash Club CEO Don Harbich.

Roberta Ferguson, general manager of Uptown, said the gym will benefit other employees at Uptown as well.

“Employees will enjoy the added benefit of having a Nash Club close to their workplace,” she said in a press release.

Ferguson said she expects there will be a lot of interest from visitors and the surrounding neighbourhood for membership.

Victoria’s current Steve Nash Fitness World location on Douglas Street will remain open until new location opens.

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