Lifestyle Complex Opens in the Fall of 2019
Lifestyle Complex Press Release ← click to download PDF
DELRAY BEACH, FLA. DECEMBER 04, 2019
Addison Reserve Country Club in Delray Beach, FL just unveiled the new 40,000 square foot Lifestyle Complex. Members have been eagerly awaiting the new complex after approving the expansion by an overwhelming majority in 2017. The Lifestyle Complex is adjacent to the main 70,000 square foot Clubhouse and to the tennis courts, pickleball courts and full basketball court.
"We foresee that this area will be the hub of outdoor and wellness for the community," says Michael J. McCarthy CEO and General Manager. "The Lifestyle Complex was designed with the free form pool as the focal point which may be seen from The Grill restaurant, as well as from the Fitness and Tennis Centers. A separate children's aquatic area with water spouts is adjacent to the main pool and the activities center that features games and equipment for all ages."
Health and wellness, and outdoor living was the inspiration for the Leo Daly's project design. The complex incorporates green space for outdoor concerts as well as waterfalls and fire pits for evening enjoyment. Unique to the design is the sky lit gazebo that houses the whirlpool just steps away from the entrance to The Spa and cabana baths.
Interior design concepts for the Fitness and Tennis Centers and The Spa were provided by Kirk Christenson and Jennifer Kleen from FODA Design in Decatur, GA. Known for their concept of clean lines and open spaces, spacious entryways greet members in each building. The exquisite Spa entry is flanked by the nail salon, specialty boutique and men's and women's serenity seating areas. Members enjoy the use of five massage studios, a hair salon, his and her saunas, and salt room. The 15,500-sq. ft. two-story state-of-the-art Fitness Center features a Cardio/Technogym Area, Free Weight Area, three Pilates Studios, a Stretching Studio, Kinesis Space, 1,050 sq. ft. Aerobics Studio, Peloton Studio, TRX/Circuit Studio and Physical Therapy room. The Tennis Pro Shop and covered patio area adjoin the eleven lighted har-tru clay tennis courts. Nearby, there are four pickleball courts and a full basketball court.
The Grill casual dining restaurant was designed by Pamela Manhas whose designs include Burt & Max's Bar & Grille, Apeiro Kitchen & Bar, and Lucille's Bad to the Bone BBQ in South Florida. Cool aqua and grey tones and the use of light colored woods accentuate Pam's incorporation of natural light inside The Grill. The indoor/outdoor restaurant seats 280 persons. Two open concept wine columns flank the 14' large wall television display. A rotunda reception area is adjacent to the entry to the restaurant and the open-air seating by the nearby waterfall. Covered patio seating is also available near the pool.
"The members' ideas, the Board's vision and the designers' insight has culminated into a spectacular complex that current and future members will enjoy for generations to come," noted McCarthy.