One of the world's hottest fitness trends is coming to Colorado! Get ready to break a sweat at SoulCycle's new Cherry Creek location, set to open October 2018.SoulCycle, the spin class-fitness trend that's sweeping the nation with its high-intensity workouts, is expanding to Denver. The class is known for its cult-like following and currently has 84 studios in the United States and Canada. BMC Investments -- a real estate group in Denver -- made an announcement that the studio will become a new tenant at the St. Paul Collection building in Cherry Creek. It'll be located at 210 St. Paul Street and opens in October. St. Paul Collection will be made up of two towers and consist of 165 luxury rental apartments. Tower two will be home to SoulCycle, while tower one will host CB2, the sister brand of Crate & Barrel. "St. Paul Collection will set a new standard in Denver, and from the enormous interest we've received in pre-leasing in recent months, there's clearly an appetite for this level of luxury living," said Adam Fenton, vice president of development for BMC Investments, in a press release statement. [caption id="attachment_32712" align="aligncenter" width="1600"] St. Paul Collection rendering | Courtesy of BMC Investments[/caption]
SoulCycle was founded back in 2006 and quickly gained popularity among the fitness world through its group mentality and fun, rhythm-filled playlists that get your body moving. So it's much more than your average spin class. There are also no membership fees; instead it's on a class-by-class basis. A single, 45-minute class costs anywhere from $28 to $40. But, if you're interested in taking more than one class, you can purchase them in packs (up to 30) at a discounted price. [caption id="attachment_32711" align="aligncenter" width="960"] Courtesy of SoulCycle Facebook[/caption] You can purchase workout clothes, shoes, and even your own SoulCycle Bike from the studio on its website. So maybe a good way to prep for the October opening? Gotta look stylish as you're breaking a sweat! Amiright? Have you taken a spin class before? Did you try SoulCycle when it came for a pop-up in Aspen last year? If so, what'd you think? Share your thoughts with us in the comments below, and let's get the conversation started.