Life Time Fitness Set to Move into Wisconsin

The Life Time Fitness planned for Brookfield Wisconsin is expected to begin construction in June 2016 and to be open by June 2017 Rendering courtesy Irgens
<p>The Life Time Fitness planned for Brookfield, Wisconsin, is expected to begin construction in June 2016 and to be open by June 2017. (Rendering courtesy Irgens.)</p>

Life Time Fitness, Chanhassen, Minnesota, has signed an agreement for its first location in Wisconsin.

The facility will be part of a 66-acre planned mixed-use development called The Corridor in the Milwaukee suburb of Brookfield, Wisconsin, according to a release from Irgen, the owner of the development.

Construction on the two-story, 120,000-square-foot facility will begin in June 2016 and is expected to be completed by June 2017, according to David Arnold, executive vice president at Irgens.

The building will include a 55,000-square-foot outdoor aquatic center with zero-depth entry pools, lap pools and waterslides. The new facility will have dance, art, music and tumbling studios available for children, indoor and outdoor cafes and a full-service salon and spa.

Other tenants in the space are Dick’s Sporting Goods, Portillo’s and a Hilton Garden Inn hotel. The development also will feature Class A office space along with medical offices and clinical space.

“We’re very happy to bring a new-to-market, high-end destination like Life Time to The Corridor. We’re confident that residents in Brookfield and the surrounding region will find Life Time to be a great addition to the community,” Arnold said.

Life Time currently operates 119 clubs in 26 states. 

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