24 Hour Fitness Files For Bankruptcy-These Bay Area Locations Will Close

By on June 15, 2020
SAN FRANCISCO, CA – JULY 31: Pedestrians walk by a 24 Hour Fitness center on July 31, 2012 in San Francisco, California. 24 Hour Fitness, the nation’s largest privately held fitness center chain, is up for sale and could fetch as much as $2 billion. (Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)

The national gym chain, 24 Hour Fitness, has filed for bankruptcy and plans to close 100 locations. Over a dozen of these are Bay Area locations.

24 Hour Fitness has made this decision in order to ensure a budget that will allow them to reopen all other locations.

Take a look at the list of Bay Area clubs that will not be reopening:

  • Alamo Express at 140A Alamo Plaza in Alamo
  • Alemany Sport at 3951 Alemany Blvd. in San Francisco
  • Berkeley Solano Avenue FitLite at 1775 Solano Ave. in Berkeley
  • Capitol & McKee at 375A North Capitol Ave. in San Jose
  • Fremont Sport at 35630 Fremont Blvd. in Fremont
  • Market Street, 2145 Market St. in San Francisco
  • Milpitas Active at 301 Jacklin Road in Milpitas
  • Morgan Hill, 850 Tennant Station in Morgan Hill
  • Noe Valley FitLite, 3800 24th St. in San Francisco
  • North Point at 350 Bay St. in San Francisco
  • Solano Mall, 1519 Gateway in Fairfield
  • Vallejo, 4300 Sonoma Blvd in Vallejo
  • Walnut Creek Ygnacio Center at 2033 N. Main St. in Walnut Creek

You can find the list of 100 gyms that will be closing here.

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