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    Cedardale Health & Fitness Rebuilds After Devastating Fire

    Months after a fire swept through the health club, Cedardale Health & Fitness broke ground on a new facility.

    Industry News Cedardale Ground Breaking Column

    Cedardale Health & Fitness has started to rebuild after the massive fire that devastated the Haverhill, MA-health club in March, according to a release. On November 20, the Veasey family and the Cedardale hosted a groundbreaking ceremony marking the initial stage of reconstruction.

    “The new 140,000 square foot state of the art facility will incorporate many of the familiar favorites of the old club including a 4-lane lap pool, 10-indoor tennis courts, two basketball courts, and several group fitness studios,” the release states. “In addition, the new Cedardale will feature a warm water therapy pool, a lifestyle lounge with a juice bar, and a full-service food and beverage operation, as well as a great viewing area for tennis.”

    What’s more, the multiple fitness area will feature cardio and strength equipment with plenty of room for functional training. The new space will also feature an elevated track that will allow users to view the multipurpose space below, as well as a dedicated cycling studio with tiered levels and a specialized yoga studio filled with natural light.

    “The new club will allow the Cedardale family to bring health and fitness back to the surrounding Merrimack Valley community in ways not possible in the original club making this a very exciting project,” the release states.

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    Marianne Aiello

    Marianne Aiello is the Senior Digital Content Manager for IHRSA. While her average day includes writing articles, monitoring social media, and crafting IHRSA’s digital strategy, the best part of her job is covering IHRSA events across the globe. When she’s not at work, you’ll find Marianne at an indoor cycling class or, more likely, binging on Netflix.