GYMBOX, the growing London gym operator, is to open a new centre at Dickens Yard, Ealing Broadway.

It will be the largest single unit at Dickens Yard and marks the 12th location for Gymbox in the capital.

Growing from its bespoke fitness classes such as Latino hip-hop, mixed martial arts and aerial Pilates, Gymbox offers users live DJs and an army of expert personal trainers.

Marc Diaper, CEO of Gymbox, said: “Ealing is a perfect fit for our expansion plans.”

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Recent announcements for Dickens Yard include Tonkotsu ramen bar, Balans Soho Society, Gail’s Bakery, Jigsaw and The Skinny Kitchen clean-eating restaurant.

The new tenants will join British restaurant Charlotte’s W5, Benham & Reeves estate agency and Tri Yoga which opened in December.

Last October, Dickens Yard also launched Ealing Artisan, a new Sunday market operated by Eat Me Drink Me.

With 700 new homes, Dickens Yard is part of the regeneration of Ealing Broadway, perfectly placed to benefit from the opening of Crossrail, which will slash the commute to Bond Street to 11 minutes and Liverpool Street to 18.