150 North Riverside Selects LifeStart to Manage Their New Corporate Fitness Center



LifeStart, the commercial real estate industry’s leading provider of corporate fitness / wellness solutions announced today the Grand Opening of a new state-of-the-art fitness center located in one of Chicago’s newest and most innovative commercial buildings – 150 N Riverside.

150 North Riverside is a 54 story, 1.2 million square foot “Class A+” office development situated in Chicago’s dynamic West Loop submarket. Located at the confluence of the three branches of the Chicago River, this Goettsch Partners designed building features a modern architectural style informed by its narrow base and 4-story structural transfer, high performance floor to ceiling glass, 9’-6”clear ceiling height, and high end finishes at the interior and exterior common areas.

The new fitness center powered by LifeStart will provide the tenants of 150 N. Riverside with cutting-edge facilities and services designed to support a healthy, active lifestyle for tenants while they are at work.  

Anthony Scacco, EVP at Riverside stated, “Our team is thrilled to further our long-standing relationship with LifeStart, who shares our goals of providing best-in-class onsite fitness centers designed to engage, motivate and support our tenant’s employees in their journey for improved health and well-being.  We believe the 150 N Riverside fitness center really raises the bar in this market, and we are very proud of the final result.”

The fitness center at 150 N Riverside includes state of the art Precor Preva cardio equipment, which provides a fully connected cardio experience, including integrated TVs and computers, Woodway curve treadmills, a full assortment of strength equipment, a large group exercise studio, LifeFitness Synergy functional training equipment, MyZone training systems, and a dedicated free weight area.  The center also boasts well-appointed locker rooms and amenities, and provides its tenants with a range of services including laundry, private lockers, personal training, and a diverse group exercise curriculum.