Anytime Fitness to move headquarters to Woodbury
WOODBURY, Minn. -- International health club franchise Anytime Fitness announced this week that it will move its headquarters from Hastings to Woodbury.
A spokesman confirmed Tuesday that a land purchase deal has been finalized and the company plans to move its campus to a 38-acre site.
The purchase price for the land, at the southwest corner of Interstates 94 and 494, was $1.6 million, said Mark Daly, national media director for Anytime Fitness.
Anytime Fitness CEO and co-founder Chuck Runyon said the new site will give the company more space for its franchisee training and “employee-centric” focus through enhanced design.
The company employs 150 workers.
Construction will begin in the spring of 2014. Anytime Fitness corporate staffers hope to move into the new campus in late summer or early fall of 2015.