Movement bouldering gym announces RiNo design

movement rino interior rendering

Movement Climbing + Fitness released renderings of its RiNo facility. (Movement)

Movement Climbing+Fitness has released renderings for its RiNo bouldering gym at 3201 Walnut St.

Husband-and-wife owners Anne Worley and Mike Moelter paid $10.5 million for a 50,000-square-foot red brick warehouse in December 2016 that will become the pair’s third Colorado gym.

Along with Movement’s bouldering walls and fitness classes, the new facility will include Improper City, a new beer garden and food truck park.

Set to open this summer, the new facility was designed by locally-based OZ Architecture. France-based Entre-Prises Climbing Walls are designing the bouldering walls.

movement rino beer garden rendering

The location will include a beer garden and food truck park. (Movement)

movement rino interior rendering

movement rino interior rendering

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