The complex at 40-50 Fountain Plaza in downtown Buffalo is gaining new retail tenants, including a new gym and restaurant.
Gronkowski does some curls on the Kids Escaping Drugs Renaissance Campus in West Seneca in July 2012. G&G Fitness and the Gronk Nation Youth Foundation made large donations for the gym.
A Texas-based chain of fitness centers and personal training studios comes to Buffalo, bringing their first New York location to Fountain Plaza in partnership with the Gronkowski family's G&G Fitness Companies.
NexGen Fitness Corp. signed a long-term lease with Ciminelli Real Estate Corp. to occupy 3824 square feet in the first floor lobby of 40-50 Fountain Plaza. It is expected to open in autumn 2020.
Unlike a typical gym with shared fitness facilities in a group setting, NexGen Fitness offers upscale private personal training suites with separate equipment and a personal trainer to work with each client. The equipment is not shared and the customers are kept socially away in separate areas. The company is also introducing its NexGen Recovery, which offers "rejuvenation" through infrared saunas and a salt room.
The Gronkowskis have teamed up with NexGen founder and CEO Bryan Whatley to co-own the new studio, and NexGen will use the equipment, which will be sold in 13 G&G Fitness stores in New York, Pennsylvania and Ohio.
“This is a great opportunity to bring a new concept of fitness to the city of Buffalo. We considered many locations for the first NexGen Fitness in New York, but decided Buffalo was the best place, "said Dan Gronkowski." We love what happens as it grows and wanted to be part of the vibrancy in the city. You will definitely see this place as a hot spot when professional teams come to town. "