Upper East Side condo to sue Equinox gym over noisy weights, workouts (NY)

An Equinox gym in a tony Upper East Side condo building might soon be sweating over residents’ complaints about noisy weights.  This Equinox outpost, located in the bottom three floors of the ritzy Barbizon 63 tower on E. 63rd St. and Lexington Ave., hasn’t done anything to prevent sound from reaching all the way to the fifth floor, the building claimed Monday in a lawsuit.  “Equinox’s customer members and trainers regularly and continuously bounce heavy medicine balls on the floors and walls of the gym, to drop or throw weights on the floor and slam weights on the machines,” Barbizon’s Manhattan Supreme Court lawsuit alleges.    Read the article………..

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