Palm Beach Gardens approves fitness center at Downtown at the Gardens

Downtown at the Gardens has 50 stores spread over 340K sf

Jun.June 10, 2019 02:30 PM
A rendering of the project (Credit: Life Time Athletic)

A rendering of the project (Credit: Life Time Athletic)

A three-story, 117,000-square-foot fitness facility will soon be coming to Downtown at the Gardens in Palm Beach Gardens.

Palm Beach Gardens’ city council approved ShopCore Properties proposal for a new building with a Life Time Athletic facility, along with a 426-space parking garage on the north side of the 49-acre site, according to the Palm Beach Post.

The facility will include a salon and spa services, as well as wellness services such as yoga, nutrition and personal trainers. It also will include a children’s space, a sauna and whirlpool, and a ‘resort-style’ roof deck with pools, cabana and bistro.

The first floor also will have a café and coffee bar with outdoor seating.

It is expected to open in 2021, according to the Palm Beach Post.

Downtown at the Gardens, at 11701 Lake Victoria Gardens Avenue, has 50 stores spread over 340,000 square feet, including a Whole Foods, a West Elm and a movie theater.

Chicago-based ShopCore Properties is an affiliate of The Blackstone Group. It owns more than 24,000 square feet of retail properties, including the Publix-anchored Doral Plaza at 9701-9785 Northwest 41st Street in Miami. [Palm Beach Post]Keith Larsen

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