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This Philadelphia-Based Activewear Brand Just Opened a Gorgeous New Boutique

Endeavor Athletic is now open in Suburban Square.


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Take a sneak peek inside the new Ardmore Endeavor Athletic in Suburban Square. Photograph courtesy Endeavor Athletic

Since Endeavor Athletic opened their first brick-and-mortar store in Rittenhouse, it’s been a pretty active hub for fitness lovers. Not only does the Philadelphia-based activewear brand sell their smart, tech-enhance workout gear in their store, but they also host a bustling calendar of pop-up events in their second-floor fitness studio.

Now, Endeavor will further their reach in the Philadelphia suburbs with their fifth location in Suburban Square. It’s a smart move on their part, given that Ardmore has been steadily thriving and expanding its wellness offerings. From the Juice Press coming in the new year, to the Lifetime Fitness and SoulCycle already up and running in the area, it’s safe to say Ardmore is making a name for itself fitness-wise.

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Photograph courtesy Endeavor Athletic

ardmore endeavor athletic

Photograph courtesy Endeavor Athletic

ardmore endeavor athletic

Photograph courtesy Endeavor Athletic

ardmore endeavor athletic

Photograph courtesy Endeavor Athletic

The new offerings are precisely what attracted Endeavor’s President and CEO, Terry Tracy, to the area. “We’ve been really impressed by Suburban Square’s innovative approach to attracting new, diverse offerings to its customers. We are committed to doing our part to bring that innovation to life,” said Tracy in a press release.

For Endeavor’s founder, Colby Cohen, the opening is especially close to home (literally) as he grew up just a few miles away from the new store.

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Photograph courtesy Endeavor Athletic

ardmore endeavor athletic

Photograph courtesy Endeavor Athletic

ardmore endeavor athletic

Photograph courtesy Endeavor Athletic

“Growing up on the Main Line, I spent many hours shopping at Suburban Square,” Cohen said, in a press release. “My fondness of the area and the people has made opening this location vey special to me.”

The new store is now open at 24 Parking Plaza (in between Francesca’s Collections and El Quetzal). Take a peek inside the store here, then go check it out in person, or browse their latest collections here.

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