Trouble Nashua fitness club to reopen after abruptly closing
"It was financial," he said. "I'm not trying to hide anything. We have a great membership base and I think most of them know what's going on."
When it closed earlier this week, the gym posted a sign on the window that reads, "Closed: power outage. Working to resolve the matter."
"I have personal items inside of a locker that I would like to retrieve. I just paid my dues," said Cassidy, who was one of three members checking to see if the business was reopened on Friday after being closed on Wednesday and Thursday as well.
The Attorney General's Office had an investigator with the state Consumer Protection Bureau at the site on Friday morning.
According to an online posting by NAI Norwood Group, the health club building is now for sale, with an asking price of nearly $2 million. The 24,000-square-foot building sits on 4.4 acres, according to the real estate posting, which states the business is not included in property sale.