hlw Keeble Hawson helps TRIB3 with expansion of boutique gyms

hlw Keeble Hawson helps TRIB3 with expansion of boutique gyms

hlw Keeble Hawson has helped boutique gym operator TRIB3 open up two new facilities in Sheffield.

TRIB3 has just opened new gyms at the Krynkl development in Sheffield’s Kelham Island and at the Source Skills Academy in Meadowhall. hlw Keeble Hawson managed the property leases and advised on corporate and commercial issues related to both sites.

TRIB3 – which centres on maximising conditioning, physical and mental performance – has been spearheaded by award-winning Sheffield developer, David Cross, MD of Crossbow Developments and CODA architectural studios. The first TRIB3 site was opened on Ecclesall Road in Sheffield in 2016.

The company wants to expand further with initial sites proposed in Leeds and Manchester followed by ten more gyms nationally. It also has two international deals in the pipeline which hlw Keeble Hawson is also advising on.

Cross, said: “TRIB3’s powerful formula delivered by elite trainers targets select muscle-groups and is proving a major hit. We commissioned hlw Keeble Hawson’s commercial property team because of its breadth and depth of expertise.

“Our dynamic vision is coming to fruition ahead of schedule and we look forward to harnessing the raft of opportunities in the UK and overseas.”

Richard Smith, partner and head of hlw Keeble Hawson’s commercial property team, said: “TRIB3 is a vibrant, commercial venture with a wealth of potential for continued expansion on a regional, national and international scale. We wish David, Kevin, Dan and the team continued success.”

Pictured: David Cross with (L to R): Richard Smith, Dan Summerson and Kevin Yates

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