Following the grand opening of a gym and pool complex in a city-owned Brooklyn armory, area residents promised discounts say they are perplexed by complex pricing — and suffering sticker shock.

The Major R. Owens Health and Wellness Community Center in Crown Heights is charging for gym and pool memberships separately, with lap swim costing a pricey $124 a month, exceeding other athletic pools in the borough.

The $30-a-month standard gym membership at the former Bedford Union Armory, meanwhile, affords access to a small corridor of workout equipment, adhering to the minimum agreed to by developer BFC Partners under its lease with the city.

The exterior of the Crown Heights Armory between Union and President streets. Following the grand opening of a gym and pool complex in a city-owned Brooklyn armory, area residents promised discounts say they are perplexed by complex pricing — and suffering sticker shock.

The Major R. Owens Health and Wellness […]

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