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O’Rourke says studios can be opened for as little as $30,000, if the space is small and not much equipment is needed, but can balloon to $500,000 if owners go all out with designing the interior. By comparison, hiring staff, buying exercise equipment and building locker rooms for a big, traditional gym can cost up to $1 million or more. Major cities, such as New York, Los Angeles and Miami, face fierce competition from already established studios, O’Rourke says. Garrett Roberts planned to open a 14,000-square-foot gym in Hoboken, New Jersey, but negotiations on the $30,000 a month rent fell through and a big gym chain snapped up the space. A real estate agent showed him a nearby 1,000-square-foot studio for $2,050 a month in 2011. He took it. “It wasn’t a huge investment,” Roberts says. He opened GoRow, a studio with nine rowing machines that charges $29 a class. Many of GoRow’s customers live in Hoboken, but work in New York, where they’re used to walking past boutique fitness studios. “I knew it would work,” he says.

SOMO PRESENTS THE RIDE TOUR, 8 p.m, Nov, 5; Slim’s; $16-$19 ($46 meet and greet), MIKE DOUGHTY, performing songs from Soul Coughing albums “El Oso,” “Irresistible Bliss,” “Ruby Vroom,” 8 p.m, Nov, 6; Fillmore; $27.50, ATLAS GENIUS, Family of the Year, Dale 56 hand painted clipart ink watercolor graphics | ballet dancing | painting sketch artwork | high resolution printable | png Earnhardt Jr, Jr., 8 p.m, Nov, 7; Fillmore; $24.50, SEAN HAYES, 9 p.m, Nov, 8-9; Independent; $22 ($35 both nights), OF MONTREAL, 8 p.m, Nov, 8-9; Great American Music Hall; $21, GRAMATIK, 9 p.m, Nov, 9; Fillmore; $25..

The estate at 2068 Biarritz Place was built in 2002 and is located in San Jose’s desirable Silver Creek Valley. It is filled with fine craftsmanship, stunning finishes and luxurious amenities on the inside, and glorious outdoor entertainment space and gardens including a vineyard of 200 Zinfandel grape vines. There are five bedrooms, five full bathrooms and two powder rooms, an in-law/au pair suite of rooms, a library, a game room, a card room/fifth bedroom, a 1,400-bottle wine cellar and case storage, expansive formal rooms, a generous family room, a gourmet kitchen, and two separate garages totaling more than 2,100 square feet with room for at least eight cars.

For more information go to countyconnection.com or call 925-676-7500, A Centennial Steering Committee is working to create a yearlong celebration of all that is Walnut Creek, Partnering with nonprofits, city programs and other community members, there will be “100 Ways and More” to commemorate the 100th, To learn more about this community-funded, community-led celebration, go to walnutcreek100.com, The first celebration will be held from 8 p.m, to midnight Jan, 24, when the Lesher Center holds “Flappers and Flasks: Roaring in the Centennial.” This adults-only party will re-create the Lesher into a 1900s speakeasy as a kickoff to the centennial celebration, Attendees can eat and dance the night away, Cocktail 56 hand painted clipart ink watercolor graphics | ballet dancing | painting sketch artwork | high resolution printable | png attire and festive costumes are welcome, The cost is $100 per person — and free to anyone 100 years or older, Tickets are on sale now call 925-946-SHOW or lesherartscenter.org..

Family/Youth. Peninsula Symphony: The orchestra, conducted by music director Mitchell Sardou Klein, presents “Fountain of Youth,’ featuring the world premiere of a new Double Concerto for Cello, Clarinet and Orchestra by clarinetist Jonathan Russell, with the composer and cellist Nathan Chan as soloists. The program also includes works by Grieg, Mendelssohn. Lalo and Debussy. March 22, 8-11 p.m. Flint Center, De Anza College, 21250 Stevens Creek Blvd.,Cupertino. $20-$40. peninsulasymphony.org, 650-941-5291.