hlw Keeble Hawson’s latest raft of deals includes securing a six-year lease for a new pilates studio which has launched in Hillsborough, Sheffield.
Flex Pilates Studio has transformed a former fancy dress hire outlet into a 1,076 sq ft studio to teach Modified Pilates which helps to prevent the recurrence of postural, musculoskeletal and neurological conditions.
Owner Joanne Ness, a physiotherapist whose expertise includes teaching elite athletes and professional ballet dancers, said: “The new studio is a milestone in our expansion and our goal to enhance the physical and emotional wellbeing of our patients. A big ‘thank you’ to hlw Keeble Hawson for ensuring the lease went through smoothly and on time.”
hlw Keeble Hawson senior associate, Charlotte Harris, who managed the lease, said: “It’s been great to have played a role in Flex Pilates Studio’s development and we wish Joanne and the team continued success as the business goes form strength to strength.”
hlw Keeble Hawson’s health club industry clients also include TRIB3, a rapidly expanding chain of boutique gyms operating in Yorkshire and Europe and Mike McKenzie, vice president of British Taekwondo who runs Quest Taekwondo clubs in Yorkshire and Liverpool.
Recommended by the latest Legal 500 Guide as ‘very strong’, hlw Keeble Hawson’s commercial property team is among the biggest of its kind in Yorkshire.