24 Hour Fitness plans grand opening Dec. 8 for new Kent Panther Lake location

Club at former Albertsons store on 108th Avenue SE

A new 24 Hour Fitness club in Kent’s Panther Lake area will have a grand opening from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Saturday, Dec. 8, at the former Albertsons store, 20600 108th Ave. SE.

Residents are welcome to take free club tours of the 44,536-square-foot facility and enter prize drawings, according to a company press release.

“We are thrilled to be expanding our presence in Kent to make a healthy lifestyle even more accessible to this active community,” said Dominic Gregory Santini, 24 Hour Fitness general manager. “Our passionate fitness team is looking forward to offering a fun and supportive space to help guide residents on their fitness journeys and celebrate the steps along the way.”

Club amenities include rows of cardio and strength machines, plus free weights for every level of fitness; an indoor basketball court; indoor lap pool for swim workouts and aqua classes; whirlpool and sauna for relaxation and recovery; spacious locker rooms with private showers; a pro shop with nutritional products, snacks and workout gear; and a kids club for children up to age 12.

Now in its 35th year, 24 Hour Fitness has more than 420 locations nationwide and 20 in Washington, including a Kent location on the East Hill at The Marketplace at Lake Meridian, where it also converted a former Albertsons store into a club.

For more information and to download a free guest pass, go online to 24hourfitness/com/PantherLake.


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