Lower Manhattan Fitness Centers
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John Street Fitness Club, 10038 Peck Slip

  80 John Street - New York, NY
             
Complete Body John Street is not a large franchise gym. We are a private fitness club that focuses on personal attention by providing the highest quality experience for our guests.
We have assembled the latest in fitness equipment including cardio and resistance training machines, boxing equipment an our state-of-the-art rock climbing wall. Our knowledgeable staff is always available to assist you so you can meet your individual fitness goals.Complete Body John Street will ensure that your every convenience is met. http://www.johnstreetfitness.com/
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Lucille Roberts Fitness for Women, 10038 Peck Slip
  143 Fulton Street - Wall Street - New York, NY              
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Lucille Roberts' dedication to the betterment of women extends into her personal life as well. She is a member of such business organizations as The Women Business Owners of New York, The American Women's Economic Development Association, and the Women Alumnae of Harvard Business School, of which she is a founding member. She is an active member of her community, participating in many fundraising organizations, acting as a mentor in Big Sisters of New York, and working with the Mayor's office to offer academic credit to high school students working in her clubs.
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SoulCycle Tribeca, 10282 Battery Park City Community
  103 Warren St - Westside Hwy - New York, NY              
The FLAGSHIP Soul. SoulCycle, SoulBands, SoulShop, SoulWorld. Check out this beautiful downtown location where SoulCycle meets Soul Lifestyle!!!
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YWCA New York City, 10004 Bowling Green
  52 Broadway, 4th Floor - New York - New York, NY              
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The Young Women's Christian Association of the City of New York (YWCA-NYC) was started in 1858, based on an idea developed in London a few years earlier. Their mission was to provide a haven for young women — both U.S. and foreign-born — by offering safe housing and educational resources. The organization filled an important void in 19th Century New York and quickly grew.