ATLANTA, GA - What does CBRE’s kombucha happy hour, Cushman & Wakefield’s waterfront yoga classes, and The Meridian Group’s massage experiences have in common? These are all innovative properties that have incorporated custom amenities from Fitspot to improve tenant happiness and reduce tenant turnover.
“Global wellness real estate accounts for a $134 billion industry, and this need is prevalent now more than ever to attract the modern workforce,” said Jon Cohn, Co-founder and CEO. “Fitspot’s asset-light amenities offer a unique approach to help property managers decrease tenant turnover, increase lease-ups, and retain clients.”
Fitspot works with properties to create a customizable amenities based on the needs of the modern workplace by aligning with our five pillars: nutritional wellness, physical wellness, mental wellness, financial wellness, and stress management. Dedicated account managers coordinate logistics for all services, host community events, and can scale across property locations. Many Fitspot clients do not have designated space for wellness services, but we can activate rooftops, lobbies, conference rooms, and un-used office spaces.
In addition to on-site services such as chair massages, kombucha happy hours, and fitness classes, Fitspot’s innovative technology delivers access and transparency for admins and tenants. The wellness management tool provides a centralized location for admins and users to register for services, access analytics, compete in challenges and sync wearable devices, view custom content, and access an ecosystem of integrated digital partners. The platform was built entirely in-house and designed based on client feedback.
Fitspot is currently in 15 markets and activates more than 30 million square feet of workspace for major property groups such as CBRE, Cushman & Wakefield, JLL, and more. Partnering with Fitspot can save more than 70 percent in wellness costs, not including insurance wellness subsidies sourced by Fitspot.