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Luxury fitness club Iron Culture, represented by RIPCO, has opened a second location in Edgewater, NJ

Luxury Fitness Club Expands with Second Location in Edgewater

Iron Culture, a full-service, luxury, high intensity gym has opened a second location at 7700 River Rd. in Edgewater, NJ. The 19,800-square-foot fitness center joins a facility in Cedar Knolls, NJ, which opened in 2019. 

“After successfully opening our first location, we are confident that Iron Culture’s expansion and now established presence will provide more fitness goers the opportunity to experience our offering,” said Arthur Imperatore, founder of Iron Culture. “We are excited to have a second location where we can bring our high energy culture to the community in Northern New Jersey through personal training, group fitness, fitness classes and a members lounge.” 

Deborah Stone, managing director of RIPCO, served as the exclusive broker for Iron Culture. Craig Kerbekian, SVP of Hekemian, represented the landlord. 


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