US Fitness is thinking bigger than a traditional health club with its latest Loudoun venture.
The McLean-based owner and operator of the Onelife Fitness and Sport & Health brands is under contract to acquire 9.5 acres within the 120-acre Belmont Executive Center. The site, south of Route 7 just west of Claiborne Parkway, will be redeveloped with a 65,000-square-foot, two-story Onelife Fitness, and, possibly, a separate single-story, six-court tennis center.
The seller is an affiliate of Pennsylvania-based developer Toll Brothers (NYSE: TOL).
The new club will include personal and group training, the latest fitness equipment, an indoor salt water pool with splash zone, basketball court, whirlpool and sauna, a kids club and a smoothie bar, according to a statement from US Fitness. It expects to open the facility in late 2019 or early 2020, pending some approvals from Loudoun County.
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