24 Hour Fitness is permanently shuttering four locations in the county:
- Chula Vista: 320 Third Ave.
- La Jolla: 7680 Girard Ave.
- San Marcos: 641 S. Rancho Sante Fe Road
- Vista: 324 Sycamore Ave.
“If it were not for COVID-19 and its devastating effects, we would not be filing for Chapter 11,” CEO Tony Ueber said in a statement. “We expect to have substantial financing with a path to restructuring our balance sheet and operations to ensure a resilient future.”
Despite the forced closures, 24 Hour Fitness said Monday in its Chapter 11 filings that it has secured $250 million in funding to support the reopening of its other locations by the end of June. Those locations had been closed for months because of the coronavirus-related shutdowns.
24 Hour Fitness has a number of locations in the county expected to remain open:
- Carlsbad: 1265 Laurel Tree Lane, Suite 100
- Carlsbad: 2501 El Camino Real
- Carlsbad: 3409 Via Montebello
- Chula Vista: 870 Amena Court
- Chula Vista: 1660 Broadway
- El Cajon: 198 W Main St.
- Encinitas: 455 Santa Fe Drive
- Escondido: 230 E Via Rancho, Suite 2001
- Escondido: 400 La Terraza Blvd.
- La Mesa: 3633 Avocado Blvd.
- Oceanside: 4655 Frazee Road
- San Diego: 909 Garnet Ave.
- San Diego: 1640 Camino del Rio N, Suite 315
- San Diego: 3675 Midway Drive
- San Diego: 3965 5th Ave., Suite 100
- San Diego: 4345 Imperial Ave.
- San Diego: 4425 La Jolla Village Drive
- San Diego: 5885 Rancho Mission Road
- San Diego: 6348 College Grove Way, Suite 109
- San Diego: 7715 Balboa Ave.
- San Diego: 8876 Navajo Road
- San Diego: 9550 Miramar Road
- San Diego: 10025 Carmel Mountain Road
- San Diego: 14331 Penasquitos Drive
- Santee: 9906 Mission Gorge Road
- Solana Beach: 975 Lomas Santa Fe Drive, Suite A-C
24 Hour Fitness now joins Gold’s Gym as a medium-sized fitness chain that has filed for bankruptcy due to coronavirus-related losses.