Construction at old Trohv space at Maple and Carroll Street, NW earlier this year

Ed. Note: One reader writes, “I think this is one of the spaces in the old Trohv building.” Another notes they’ll be near the new Starbucks.

From a press release (thanks to all who emailed):

CYCLED!, a boutique, indoor cycling studio, will be opening its second location at 6960-C Maple St, NW in the Takoma neighborhood of Washington, DC in late 2016.

The new studio will include 20 state-of-the art Keiser M3i Bikes with Bluetooth technology. Riders can view their personal performance statistics on their bike display monitors during class and the studio will also provide each rider with longitudinal performance data to help them meet and maintain their fitness, health, and athletic goals. (more…)

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12th and U Street, NW

A reader reports earlier this week:

“I think Buddha B Yoga on 12th and U Street closed. They no longer have a working phone and all their classes online are missing.”

On their facebook they wrote that Sunday was their last day:

“Thank you to all of the YOGIS and Buddha B TEACHERS who have practiced love and compassion — Last day of classes at Buddha B Yoga tomorrow 8/21/2016 OM SHANTI”

Flywheel CCDC

From a press release:

“Tuesday, June 28, indoor cycling brand Flywheel Sports open[ed] it’s second D.C. studio in CityCenterDC. The facility, located within the vibrant retail and residential district, features stadium-style indoor cycling as well as FlyBarre, a complementary total-body sculpting class. With a staggering 73 bikes and 22 mats, the CCDC studio marks Flywheel’s largest D.C. location, while boasting more than 36 nationwide facilities. Individual Flywheel and FlyBarre classes start at $28, which includes indoor cycling shoe rental. (more…)

Photo: @natasha.lamalle

From an email:

Bluebird Sky Yoga will be opening at 3101 12th Street, NE (former SCRAP space -across from Brookland’s Finest) this fall.”

From Blue Bird’s facebook:

“After months (well, years really) of planning, I am so excited to announce I will be leaving my job after 5 years and opening a yoga studio in Brookland (DC)! It’s a scary jump, but every time I pull up to the studio, I cannot contain my excitement. Located in a former craft store, the studio will maintain the creative vibe that is intrinsic to the neighborhood and my Artful Saturday events. Across the last decade, the yoga practice has been transformative in my life: keeping me grounded and calm, encouraging me to push my edge, connecting me with an incredible global community, teaching me patience and gratitude, and more. I hope to share my passion for many lineages of yoga and their individual benefits with this DC community. Please follow along as we transform a vibrant building into a vibrant community space. and @bluebirdskyyoga”

315 G Street, SE

Update from the Hill East listserv:

“FYI – I called today to see if I could get more information. Their automated voice message confirms a Thursday 3/17 opening at 5 AM.”

Ed. Note: I called to – they’ll close at 11pm. Anyone know who the new peeps are?

Justin writes:

“The Results Gym on Capitol Hill closed at midnight today. Worst day ever.”

Another reader emails:

“The end of an era. I am so saddened that Results is closing, any leads on new management?”

From Results:

During the past six months, Results Gym has faced growing economic challenges to its continued operations including extreme pressures arising out of the uneconomic lease for its space on G Street. While management has worked diligently to address those challenges, it was unable to obtain terms from its landlord that would permit it to continue operating and the landlord has proceeded with eviction.

In light of this, we regret to inform you that Results Gym will discontinue operations effective March 15, 2016 at 11:59 p.m. At present, we do not know how Results Gym’s remaining assets will be allocated between its secured and unsecured creditors. As that process plays out, we hope to provide you with additional information.

Capitol Hill Corner reports:

“A post-midnight trip to Results revealed that a sign had been posted by “a neighbor” that the gym would re-open on Thursday under new management. That claim has not yet been confirmed.”

Stay tuned…

2311 M Street, NW

Blast’s website says:


We’re coming in HOT with four days of FREE classes and other surprises!

BLAST is a full-service, boutique fitness studio. We recognize that no two people are the same and that “one-size-fits-all” does not apply to exercise or nutrition, so we offer a trifecta of services customizable for your body and lifestyle to produce sustainable, life-changing results.”


1832 14th Street, NW

From an email:

“Just wanted to share some exciting news…DC is abloom with brand NEW barre3 studios this spring and our most exciting launch of all – barre3 14th Street – is coming up Monday!  (We opened Spring Valley in November, Union Station in January and have had a thriving Georgetown location since 2012.)

Gorgeous, knowledgeable and talented, our 14th Street Owner, Alicia Sokol, is the ultimate healthy living expert .  She has a Master’s Degree in Public Health and is the Founder of Weekly Greens,  the renowned (and beautiful) blog that helps busy families to prepare healthy, delicious meals everyday.”

1612 U Street, NW

From a press release:

The next big thing in fitness is all in one box. Urban Adventures Companies, Inc. (UAC), the parent company of VIDA Fitness, unveiled plans today for SweatBox – a pioneering studio fitness concept that improves cardiovascular endurance while building lean muscle mass and improving flexibility. The SweatBox training method is based on the scientific principles of Heart Rate Training, resulting in a unique workout experience that combines aerobic and anaerobic intervals to achieve optimal performance levels within one 50-minute, high-intensity training period. Located at 1612 U Street, NW off the lobby of UAC’s flagship Fitness and Lifestyle Complex, the 1,725-square-foot studio space will feature a limited class size so each participant receives the personalized instruction needed for a technically superior workout, while maximizing gains and minimizing risk of injury.


UAC designed SweatBox to provide each participant with their own “box” – a raised platform furnished with dumbbells, TRX straps, and the revolutionary Matrix IC7 Coach by Color indoor cycle – ensuring individuals have access to everything they need all in one place. With a grand opening slated for April, Sweat Box is a one-of-a-kind, nonmember fitness-training program with a pay-per-session fee. (more…)