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In the basement exercise room of Swerve Fitness’ new Midtown outpost, financial services up-and-comers James Green, 26, and Brent Craft, 30, both Manhattan residents, pump their legs on stationary bikes — while squeezing in a bit of business.
“This is an efficient way to network, socialize and get your exercise,” says Green. “There’s a sense of friendly competition here that provides a good way of meshing with people.”
These days, if you want to find Wall Street’s savvy deal-makers mingling and bro-ing it up, skip the steakhouses and booze dens: They’re more likely to sweat it out on treadmills and rowing machines than to guzzle Moët.
“Five years ago, I would have taken colleagues out for big lunches or dinners,” says Maximilian Roos, 30, CIO of the hedge fund Sixty Capital, and a Midtown resident, who favors Pilates-style studio SLT. “Now it’s more likely to be a workout class.”
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