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Life Time is bringing its fitness and coworking concepts to JDS Development's Brooklyn Tower

Life Time Leases 100K SF at JDS’ Brooklyn Tower 

Life Time and Life Time Work will headline and operate the expansive amenity offering at JDS Development Group’s Brooklyn Tower in downtown Brooklyn.the planned 2023 opening will bring Life Time’s athletic club experience and first announced Life Time Work premium coworking space in New York City to Brooklyn’s first supertall tower.  

In total, Life Time is leasing and operating 100,000-plus square feet at Brooklyn Tower, further expanding its rapidly growing presence in New York City.  

Newmark and Atlantic Retail brokered the Life Time at The Brooklyn Tower transaction. Senior managing directors Jackie Totolo and Peter Whitenack, and associate director Pierce Thompson of Newmark represented ownership, while Joe Mastromonaco of Atlantic Retail represented Life Time.


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