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Alice + Olivia isn't the only one making big moves on Melrose in West Hollywood. As mentioned previously, stylish stationary bicycling studio Cycle House is pedaling over to that huge new development at the corner of La Cienega Blvd and Melrose Ave, where designer Stacey Bendet's new boutique and fashion folk coffee spot Alfred's are expected to open this summer. The crush-worthy trainer breeding ground tells us they're headed across the street to their bigger and badder space this fall.
Known as one of Madonna's fave LA sweat sanctuaries, Cycle House says their upgraded digs "will hold 60 bikes and [feature] stadium seating." The owners of their property "are getting rid of our current building in the near future" to make way for a parking lot, they add. A grand reopening date is still in the works; stay tuned for more.
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