No power or water? Head to New York Sports Club

New York Sports Club announced today that its clubs are free of charge to anyone who needs to shower, charge their phone, or blow off steam on the treadmill.


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No power or water?

New York Sports Club announced today that it’s opening its doors free of charge to anyone who needs to shower, charge their cell phone, or blow off steam with a stress-relieving run on the treadmill. (We recommend all three.)

The clubs will be open to the public (local residents 18 and older with photo ID) from today, October 31, until November 14.

Use to find a location near you, and here’s a list of the clubs that are currently open:

145th, 125th, 115th, 94th St., 80th St., 76th/B’way, 62nd/B’way, 73rd St., 49th/B’way(Crowne Plaza), 91st/3rd, 86th/Lex, 76th/1st, 59th/Park, 51st St., East 48th St., Grand Central, East 41st St., West 41st St., West 44th St.

NYC Boroughs
Astoria, Rego Park, Forest Hills, Glendale, Court Street, Cobble Hill, Park Slope, Bay Ridge 86th, Bay Ridge, Midwood, Bklyn Belt,

New Jersey
Montclair, Livingston

Northern New York
Croton, Mamaroneck, White Plains, Garnerville, White Plains

Danbury, Westport, Danbury, Stamford Commerce Road, Stamford Rinks, West Hartford, Westport

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