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NYSC Hoboken Downtown Has Permanently Closed

by Jennifer Tripucka
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After months of being closed due to COVID-19 shutdowns, NYSC reopened several weeks ago — and now has just announced its downtown location in Hoboken at 59 Newark Street has closed. The company announced the closure this week to its members via email.

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The corporate office of NYSC released a statement via email to all members with the following:

Dear [Member],

We hope this email finds you and your loved ones safe and healthy. On behalf of NYSC, we have made the difficult decision to permanently close the Hoboken [downtown] location on September 30th.

This decision was a difficult one, but all isn’t lost. Effective immediately, your membership has been upgraded to our Elite Membership level at your current rate which gives you access to our entire network of clubs. By having an Elite Membership, you’ll be able to work out in all of our over 160 locations – from DC and Maryland to New York, Boston, Florida, California and yes, even Puerto Rico. Visit mysportsclubs.com for more information.

We want to make this transition as easy as possible, so you won’t need to do anything. Simply visit your new home club!
-You will get October and November for free to try out your new home club.
-If you already canceled your membership or your membership is on freeze, it will remain as is.
-Any credits issued to you will still be honored.

If you have any questions, please reach out to Andrea.Hauke@tsiclubs.com

See you soon!
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Over the last few months since shutdowns, members in Hoboken have expressed their concerns about membership fees and other issues regarding reopening in our Hoboken Girl Insiders Facebook group.

In one post, NYSC had announced to its members that it was going to unfreeze memberships and start charging fees again for Hoboken members on September 8th.

In other reports on Bloomberg, it’s said that NYSC’s corporate company is filing for bankruptcy. As of this time, it appears only the downtown location is closing in Hoboken, but we’ll update this with more info as we learn more.

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