The gym re-opening in the city of Richmond has been hailed a success and the community is happy to see it reopen after a year.
It’s been more than a year since the gym closed, and the owners are hoping to reopen it by the end of 2019.
The owners have already secured funding for the reopening and have secured the funds to begin work on the facility.
“It’s all about the community, and getting them back to their normal lives and that’s what we’re trying to do, is get them back,” co-owner and chef Chris McEvoy said.
We are in a really positive and positive way with our new partners that are doing a great job at the rehab.
He added that they were looking to reopen by the second quarter of 2019, but said it was dependent on how the rehab process goes.
McEvoy and the rest of the group have been working on rehab projects around the Richmond area and have started to get feedback from the community.
There is a lot of passion for the gym and the rehab community, but they’ve also had a lot that’s come back, he said.
“I think it’s really important for us to work with the community and give them the information they need to know how to make this decision,” McEvoys said.
The rehabilitation program is being funded by the Greater Richmond Council, which has also funded the gym.
In the meantime, McEvox said the restaurant would have to close for about two weeks in September.
His group is currently in talks with the city and planning to open by the summer, although he said it could take more than two weeks to re-open.
If everything goes to plan, Mcevoy hopes to open the gym again by the beginning of October.
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