HP Fit facility coming soon to New Braunfels
A Hill Country Hot Pass facility is expected to open in New Braunfels in mid-2020. (Courtesy Adobe Stock)
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The property located at 157 S. Guenther Ave. was rezoned to a central business district. Plans are underway for a new development on the adjacent property.
The zone will provide additional funding for public improvements within the area.
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After relocating, the studio will expand class sizes and add new classes to its schedule to better serve students interested in learning and practicing yoga.
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