5,159 Apartments for rent in New Brighton, MN with Gyms
- New Brighton Accessible Apartments (4)
- New Brighton Apartments with Balconies (13)
- New Brighton Apartments with Garages (13)
- New Brighton Apartments with Hardwood Floors (10)
- New Brighton Apartments with Parking (13)
- New Brighton Apartments with Pools (8)
- New Brighton Apartments with Washer-Dryers (4)
- New Brighton Dog Friendly Apartments (12)
- New Brighton Pet Friendly Apartments (14)
- St. Anthony Apartments with Gyms (1)
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- Fridley Apartments with Gyms (4)
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According to a local rumor that triggered a gold rush (literally!), there is a buried treasure to be found somewhere along the shores of the Long Lake in New Brighton. While you probably won't be magically blessed with gold in New Brighton, it might just be "the city that works for you," as the town's official motto declares.
New Brighton has everything going for it: a rich cultural history, hospitable living conditions, and some of the best parks and recreation you can find outside the pages of a glossy magazine. Originally a native American settlement based upon Rice Creek harvests, the town expanded steadily after its incorporation in 1890. The stockyards that once made New Brighton a "town of cows" have since been replaced by farms and a sprawling mass of residential districts, but make no mistake - the city is still as alive and vibrant as it ever was, not to mention easier on the olfactory nerves. See more
Apartment complexes with a gym offer a valuable amenity to New Brighton renters looking to get fit and slash their gym membership. However, not all gyms are the same.
Make a list of your must-haves in a gym setting. Ask about the variety and age of any cardio machines. Also ask about any weight training equipment and free weights.
Consider the spaciousness of the workout area. Some apartment gyms are small. Those can create tension with tenants looking to squeeze in a workout before or after work.
If you enjoy circuit training, make sure there’s enough space to spread out and get in the workout you want.
Cleanliness is also crucial to an apartment gym experience. During your apartment tour, carefully inspect the fitness area to check for cleanliness and any extra perks. Also consider the potential savings if you can cancel a gym membership!
Towels, an attendant, flat-screen TVs, and a locked door for exclusive tenants access can all add value to your apartment gym experience.