Life Time, Chanhassen, Minnesota, has opened two more athletic resorts as it makes plans to open three shared workspace locations in the Minneapolis area.
On May 1, Life Time held a grand opening celebration at its 119,000-square-foot Princeton, New Jersey, location, which it called in a media release a “country club-style, athletic fitness, family recreation, spa and country club-style destination.” The location includes an additional 45,000-square-foot outdoor aquatic oasis featuring leisure, lap and whirlpools, water slides and an outdoor bistro and lounge seating resort experience.
The club, which opened for workouts on May 4, features Life Time Kids Academy, a membership program designed especially for kids from three months to 11 years, led by hand-picked, certified experts committed to childhood development. More than 80 classes will be offered weekly including tumbling, yoga, Spanish immersion, arts and more.
On May 8, Life Time opened a 173,000-square-foot location in Burlington, Massachusetts, a suburb of Boston. The club will open to members for workouts on May 11. This location is the fourth the company has opened in the past four years in the Boston area. The other locations are in Westwood, Framingham and Chestnut Hill.
The Burlington club also includes a Life Time Kids Academy, but it also houses The Zone, a market first for the company. The Zone is a dedicated space for athletic performance and recovery, where members can access metabolic assessments and nutrition coaching, sports and athletic recovery treatments, mobility services and chiropractic care.
In addition to these two locations, Life Time will add three Life Time Work locations at clubs in the Minneapolis area, according to a story in the Star Tribune. The company debuted its first shared workspace offering in April at its Life Time Athletic Ardmore. Ardmore is a Philadelphia suburb.
One of the new locations will be in the brand’s Edina, Minnesota, club, which is expected to open in 2019. The other two locations, which will open in early 2019, will be in St. Louis Park, Minnesota, and downtown Minneapolis, although the company has yet to determine if they will be stand-alone workspaces or within their clubs, according to the article.
In addition to Life Time Work, Life Time also plans to open Life Time Living, which will be residential living space at some of its athletic resorts. One of the first will be in Las Vegas where the company is building a 150- to 160-unit luxury apartment complex, according to the Star Tribune.