NAI Horizon represented Coach Pain Academy, a fitness provider that offers conventional and unconventional training, in a long-term lease at Verde at Cooley Station in Gilbert, Arizona.

NAI Horizon First Vice President Troy Giammarco and Vice President Joe Pequeno represented Coach Pain Academy in a long-term lease totaling $1.43 million at the new Verde at Cooley Station development in Gilbert at 3975 E. Williams Field Road.

“With the recent supply chain issues and rising construction costs, we were pleased to bring this to a close,” Giammarco said. “The developer, architect, and tenant worked diligently to find solutions to all of the complications.”

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Coach Pain Academy, which opens later this year, is a fitness workshop that offers a versatile and innovative program that is designed to help participants meet their goals. It equips participants to adapt and overcome challenges both mentally and physically.

“After I visited Coach Pain Academy and took a class, I knew we wanted him for our new, unique live-work project at Verde at Cooley Station,” said developer Norm Brody.

Verde at Cooley Station opened earlier this year in the heart of one of Gilbert’s popular and fast-growing commercial locations. The 23-acre mixed-use development  includes multifamily, retail, office, restaurants, and a central gathering place called “The Green.”

“Troy and Joe were relentless in representing us for our new location,” said ‘Coach’ Dwayne Montgomery and his wife, Tionni. “They continued after the deal was concluded to assist us in the process of vendor selection for architectural, construction, and logistical planning.”

Coach Pain Academy, which will occupy 4,000 SF, is scheduled to have its grand opening this fall. 

The landlord, Verde-Gilbert LLC, was represented by Scott Johnson with Real Companies.