California Family Fitness reopens gym on K Street downtown – Sacramento Business Journal – The Business Journals

Welcome to Thursday, loyal readers. Here’s what you need to know today.
K Street gym reopens
Here’s some encouraging news for Downtown Sacramento: After a long temporary closure, locally based California Family Fitness has reopened its gym at 1012 K St. The gym is currently operating on a modified schedule, which could expand based on attendance. Learn more on the location’s website.
“We are pleased to confirm that we have reopened our Downtown club after a prolonged closure related to the Covid-19 pandemic. As we continue to assess downtown traffic and our member’s needs, the club will operate with limited hours. We anticipate continuing to expand club hours and look forward to celebrating a full reopening in the near future,” Cal Fit representatives said in a written statement.
The Downtown Sacramento gym initially shut its doors to slow the spread of Covid-19. When it remained closed last summer, Cal Fit President and CEO Randy Karr told me he was evaluating the situation downtown to determine a schedule for reopening. He described the K Street location as one of Cal Fit’s “commuter clubs” that previously relied largely on traffic from office workers.
Speaking of downtown …
A three-story restaurant and bar space that previously housed The Pier Nightclub, Bar & Grill is reopening later this year, with the new owners planning to revive the concept that closed in 2018. Nasser Azimi, a partner in the planned business, said aside from some cosmetic upgrades, the business operating out of the space at 419 J St. in Downtown Sacramento will largely remain the same. Learn more in this article by reporter Jake Abbott.
Hotel proposed in West Sac
A cluster of hotels on Reed Avenue in West Sacramento is slated to grow, with a 112-room Residence Inn proposal going before the city’s planning commission today. Senior reporter Ben van der Meer has details.
From the tech beat
HuLoop Automation Inc., a new technology company spun out of Folsom-based AgreeYa Solutions, will commercialize technology developed by AgreeYa that uses artificial intelligence to help clients enable business-process automation, robotic-process automation and software-test automation. Reporter Mark Anderson has the story.
Finally, a friendly reminder
Employers across the country are rethinking their physical spaces as workers return to the office. Commercial real estate and design experts will discuss current and future trends and what you’ll need for your return to the office during the latest installment of our Inside Track event series, scheduled for 8 a.m. June 9 at The Guild Theater in Sacramento’s Oak Park neighborhood. Registration information is available online.
Take care of yourselves, folks. Thanks for reading.
Join us as commercial real estate and design experts examine current and future trends and what you’ll need for your return to the office.
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