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Fitness Solutions, 224 O'Neil Court Suite 21: 2011 (moved)   3 comments

Posted at 11:08 pm in closing

I first wrote about this storefront in The Shops At O'Neil Court in the closing for the O'Neil Court location of Capitol Newsstand, and after that more or less forgot about it.

I noticed today that the follow-on operation to Capitol, Fitness Solutions has gone as well.

The first picture above is from that Capitol closing, taken pretty much exactly three years ago. I don't know why I didn't try for a closer shot other than there were probably people inside, but you can vaguely make out that some equipment is on display. At the time, I thought the place was a gym, but a little googling today reveals that it actually sold exercise equipment.

You can also notice that everything else in the first picture is now gone as well..

UPDATE 24 March 2012: As noted in the comments, the store moved to Bower Parkway and renamed to Carolina Specialty Fitness. I've updated the title to say "moved".

Written by ted on March 21st, 2012

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  1. Hi Ted,

    Here's the info on Fitness Solutions: After 8 years of business in the Oneil Court location, the store was moved to Bower Parkway beside Bonefish Grill and renamed Carolina Specialty Fitness. The move was due to the deterioration of the surrounding real estate as well as a change in ownership. I have been the manager since 2003 and have stayed with them through the move. We are now doing quite well on the other side of town.

    Aaron Reimer
    Manager
    Carolina Specialty Fitness

    Aaron Reimer

    24 Mar 12 at 11:58 am

  2. Well, good!

    ted

    24 Mar 12 at 12:42 pm

  3. Is the orthodontist still in this shopping center? I had my braces done here when I was in middle school and was just curious. I believe the doctors last name was Brown or White.

    I grew up right when this area was in between being a good place to be and a bad place to be. I watched the area slowly degrade as I grew up until we moved when I started high school.

    j

    28 Apr 12 at 5:18 pm

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