Gym franchise Sets Hybrid Training is coming to Route 9 Plaza in Old Bridge, relocating locally to the 26,000-square-foot shopping center. has grown significantly since opening three years ago.
Levin Management Corporation (LMC) serves as the property’s leasing and managing agent; LMC’s Kendal Hand-Freda, leasing representative, arranged the 3,000-square-foot transaction. Justin Goodman of Sitar Realty Company represented the tenant.
A group circuit-based training concept Sets Hybrid Training focuses on a continual combination of strength and high intensity cardio. Every workout is completely customizable to meet the needs and goals of each member in a positive and supportive atmosphere. The 50-minute, coach-led sessions are both beginner-friendly and challenging to the most elite level of fitness.
“Our new space at Route 9 Plaza is double the size of our existing location, which is very exciting both for our members and coaches,” said Ryan Bailey, owner/operator of the Old Bridge franchise. “We look forward to welcoming new and existing members to this larger studio. The additional space will allow us to increase our class capacity and gives our coaches more room to be creative when coming up with different fitness activities and challenges for our members.”
Bailey will be opening his second Sets Hybrid Training studio this spring in Middletown.
Well-located at the intersection of Route 9 and Throckmorton Lane, Route 9 Plaza also includes AutoZone, Tots & Blocks Academy and a hair salon.