Excitement is building at The Brewery Quarter as the leading leisure destination is set to open two new venues before the end of the year. On the list of new arrivals is none other than the world-leading live escape room experience, Escape Hunt as well as the highly acclaimed cutting-edge fitness studio, F45.
Nikki Kontarines, Asset Manager of Martin Commercial Properties who are Managing Agents for The Brewery Quarter commented: “Securing a further two venues here at The Brewery Quarter is yet another success story for the scheme. Following Cineworld’s multimillion-pound refurbishment and extension last year, the recent opening of The Alchemist and with the award-winning casual restaurant brand Hubbox opening its doors in 2021, The Brewery Quarter continues to attract strong interest from quality operators.”
The Cheltenham site will be Escape Hunt’s twelfth venture with other notable locations including Bristol, Birmingham and Manchester.
Commenting on the new opening, Escape Hunt’s CEO, Richard Harpham, said: “We are delighted to have completed contracts for our next site at a The Brewery Quarter in Cheltenham. This is a prime leisure scheme site for us and represents one of the important steps in our strategic priority to increase our footprint across the UK.”
It has been revealed that there will be a total of five games rooms, each offering customers a unique experience, as well as offering outdoor experiences with mystery hunts across the town centre.
F45 Cheltenham will also be arriving ahead of 2021, a boutique fitness studio that specialises in high-intensity team training sessions which keeps members engaged, inspired and sweating on a daily basis. Members will go through an array of circuit-based workouts led by two highly qualified F45 instructors alongside cutting-edge technology. No two workouts are ever the same at F45 with each 45-minute session aiming to burn up to 750 calories.
Speaking on the new Cheltenham branch, Owner Rob Aspinall, said: “The Brewery Quarter is the premiere location in Cheltenham and is the centre of the action in this dynamic, health focussed, town. With high footfall, a prominent High Street location and close proximity to local offices, it is the ideal site for our fitness studio. We can’t wait to launch our new studio and welcome the Cheltenham public through our doors.”
Oli Marcroft of KLM, who managed the letting of F45 added “We have continued to secure new, exciting brands to The Brewery Quarter despite these difficult times and F45 is no different. The global fitness brand will bring a whole new energy and customer to the scheme and we are excited to see them open.”
With these two new ventures arriving, not forgetting of course American-inspired street food and drink joint Hubbox which will be arriving Spring 2021, The Brewery Quarter is filling up with new and exciting venues thick and fast.