Evolve Strength, a one-stop shop for personalized health and fitness, will be adding it’s first location in the Vancouver marketplace to QuadReal’s ‘The Post’ project in the fall of 2023. It will be the fifth location for Evolve in Canada.
“Evolve Strength is excited to work with QuadReal on this high-profile central Vancouver heritage redevelopment as we continue our strategic portfolio growth into the BC market. This represents a key next step for our brand as we execute on our vision of becoming Canada’s premier club facility in the professional health & wellness category,” says Ray Yue, Co-Founder/Director of Real Estate of Evolve Strength.
“We are really trying to curate something that will be especially compelling to the office worker contingent here, which is why we are thrilled to welcome Evolve Strength to this very special project,” said Larissa Jacobson, Vice President, Retail Leasing, QuadReal Property Group.
“Evolve Strength’s high-end amenities coupled with its unrivalled atmosphere will together provide members with an unforgettable health and fitness experience. This is a natural next step for us since the Vancouver market has long expressed interest for the Evolve Strength experience on the west coast. We anticipate reaching capacity before grand opening; our team looks forward to introducing our unique model to Vancouver’s downtown community and also serving the Amazon team onsite,” says Jon Cheung, Co-Founder and President of Evolve Strength.
Perri Zimmerman of Aurora Realty Consultants negotiated the deal and represents Evolve in its lease negotiations in Canada.
With over 1.1 million square feet of office space and 185,000 square feet of retail, The Post will be adding a number of other key tenants to make up the full tenant offering.
Retail Insider has covered a number of the announcements since the project was announced in 2019, but it’s important to keep up to date with the tenants already slated to join. Amazon, Loblaw CityMarket, Buro The Espresso Bar, Deville Coffee and The Joseph Richard Group, which will operate the food hall.