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Four new businesses to join MarketStreet fleet

Just in time for the holiday shopping season, MarketStreet Lynnfield will be adding four new businesses to its booming repertoire. In a written statement, MarketStreet spokesmen Alexandra Sullivan and Kelsey Bruun said Fit Revolution will be opening in the fall while Skeleton Key, Neem Medical Spa and Quinstance are set to open their doors in “late 2017.”

MarketStreet General Manager Nanci Horn said the addition comes at a great time. “The fall and winter are such busy seasons at MarketStreet Lynnfield; from back-to-school to the holidays, there is never a dull moment,” she said. “The openings of Fit Revolution, Skeleton Key, Neem Medical Spa and Quinstance will bring in even more energy and continue to make MarketStreet Lynnfield the industry leader for its diversity of brands and dynamic experiences.”

Chosen by “Northshore Magazine” as this year’s recipient of Best Boot Camp, Best Personal Training Facility, Best Health Club, and Best Training Facility, Fit Revolution prides itself on being “the only exercise facility in the area that offers premiere indoor cycling, a unique boot camp experience, as well as other top fitness trends.” In addition to its new location at 681 Market St., Fit Revolution has its original location in North Reading.

“The facility will speak to every level of fitness, challenging individuals to set personal fitness goals that achieve ultimate toning and strengthening results,” said Sullivan and Bruun.

Currently located in Burlington, Quinstance will move into the space at 678 Market St. “Customers can expect one-of-a-kind items from glassblowers, woodworkers, jewelry designers, letterpresses, soap makers and seamstresses,” said Sullivan and Bruun. “The store will honor both homegrown treasures and globally ethical practices; 90 percent of products are American made and the other 10 percent are sourced from artisans throughout the world.”

Skeleton Key, out of Watertown, will be opening at 663 Market St. and will bring a bit of a twist to Lynnfield’s outdoor mall. The company provides patrons with an “adventure experience” in which they must work together to navigate a series of rooms and escape within the allotted time of 60 minutes. “The space will also include The Adventure Emporium; a bar and lounge serving craft cocktails beer, wine and light snacks, where guests can unwind after the heart-pumping action,” said Sullivan and Bruun.

Having already established itself in Somerville and Winchester, Neem Medical Spa will open its third location at 693 Market St. “Neem Medical Spa will provide North Shore residents with exceptional and affordable medical spa treatments to achieve optimal cosmetic goals, while using the most advanced non-surgical technologies for each wellness experience,” said Sullivan and Bruun. “Neem’s affordable services never compromise comfort or quality; the variety of face and body treatments are all performed by its staff of trained medical professionals in a safe and relaxing environment.”

By Christopher Roberson





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