Life Time Inc. is set to unveil Life Time Living, a five-story luxury living complex adjacent to the Life Time Athletic Country Club in Burlington, Massachusetts, offering a unique healthy living experience. Here’s a glimpse of what’s coming:
- Luxury Living: Life Time Living will provide ‘luxury-to-lease’ residences, comprising 167 units, within a vibrant community.
- Living Arrangements: The development will feature a variety of living spaces, from studios to two-bedroom apartments, along with work-from-home areas, lounges, conference rooms, private dining spaces, and covered parking with charging stations.
- Outdoor Oasis: Residents will have access to two courtyards with fire pits, grilling stations, seating areas, outdoor games, and a meditation space. A park with walking paths and green spaces is also part of the healthy village.
- Access to Athletic Club: Just steps away, residents can enjoy complimentary access to the adjacent athletic country club, offering a wide range of amenities, from group classes to pools, pickle ball, a salon, and more.
- Customized Services: Life Time Living will offer a resident concierge program, providing services like customized meal prep delivery, personal training, nutrition coaching, and massage therapy.
- Expanding Presence: This concept has already thrived in Coral Gables, Florida, and Las Vegas, Nevada. Burlington, Massachusetts, marks its latest location, with another opening soon in Stamford, Connecticut.
Life Time Inc. is committed to promoting a healthy way of life, and this new living complex further enriches their offerings.
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Original Article by Athletic Business: Life Time Debuts Luxury Living Residences to Massachusetts – Athletech News