Amazing to look up Harrison Ave. to see how much our corner of the neighborhood has changed — and more on the way! pic.twitter.com/idJiPLQpUG
— Ink Block (@InkBlockBoston) March 6, 2016
Ink Block, South End’s newest and arguably swankiest modern luxury apartment complex at 300 Harrison Avenue, will be home to the newest cycle studio. Turnstyle Cycle is joining forces with Velo-City to become one boutique fitness company. The two studios made the announcement in a press release and on the Velo-City blog last week and tweeted about the new relationship. Ink Block welcomed them with open arms adding the cycling studio to its ShrINK classes and fitness amenities. Velo-City will take on Turnstyle’s name, bringing the instructor count to 30 instructors and sporting the most bikes of any boutique fitness company in the area at 130 stationary bikes spread across 3 studio locations.
March 30th from 7:30pm-10:30pm, Turnstyle in partnership with Pan Mass Challenge will co-host a launch party in the posh main lobby of “1 INK” at the Ink Block luxury developments. There will be an open bar and sneak peek tours of the new studio. Tickets are $15 and available for purchase. 50% of the proceeds will be donated to the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute’s Pan Mass Challenge.
Ink Block isn’t stopping at adding cycling studios to its residences. Also coming to the neighborhood around the complex is Core Power Yoga, Sweet Green, Bar Mezzana, and a cocktail bar from Ken Casey Dropkick Murphys guitarist.