StretchLab and Row House will be the first retail tenants at Two Lakes Edge, the new luxury, multifamily residences in Hughes Landing®. Both will open on the ground level of Two Lakes Edge, set to open in spring 2020 with preleasing beginning in the first quarter.
- StretchLab transforms the lives of its clients through a dedicated and highly customized stretching routine provided by a team of certified Flexologists™. As the fastest growing assisted stretching studio in the US, StretchLab helps improve sports performance, increase range of motion and flexibility, reduce muscle and joint pain, improve posture, improve relaxation and decrease stress for all clients, no matter their age, fitness or flexibility level. It will occupy 1,519 square feet.
- Row House is a rowing studio that offers immersive, energetic indoor rowing classes for people of all ages, sizes and physical limitations that blend low-impact cardio, resistance training, stretching and rhythm-based rowing. Rowing is an effort-based workout that keeps pressure off joints and activates over 85% of muscles equaling more calories burned. It will occupy 2,197 square feet.
Located on 200-acre Lake Woodlands, Two Lakes Edge consists of 386 units with an average size of 997 square feet. The luxury development offers a variety of plans including studio micro-units and one, two and three-bedroom apartments. Two Lakes Edge is the second multifamily residential building in Hughes Landing, developed by The Howard Hughes Corporation.
Future retail and a restaurant will be featured on the ground level of Two Lakes Edge.
“We are excited to announce the early activity of tenant additions to the ground level retail at the new Two Lakes Edge in Hughes Landing, which is one of the most prominent mixed-use developments in the South,” said Rip Reynolds, Vice President of Leasing and Commercial Land, The Howard Hughes Corporation. “These national-brand businesses will offer convenient health and wellness options for our residents, office users and visitors – all within the beautiful, walkable setting of Hughes Landing.”