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Life Time Athletic Announces Feb. 8 Member Opening at Chappaqua Crossing, to Create 200 Jobs

Life Time Athletic Announces Feb. 8 Member Opening at Chappaqua Crossing, to Create 200 Jobs

Northern Westchester families will soon welcome a new place to get active and healthy with the opening of Life Time Athletic Chappaqua.


UPDATED FEB. 1: Life Time Chappaqua has officially announced its Feb. 8 for-members-only,  opening at Chappaqua Crossing. The club will be open to all members at 5am, joining the Whole Foods which opened at the shopping center on Route 117, also known as North Bedford Road, in December. The new Chappaqua location will serve the northern Westchester community in a variety of ways, including its variety of amenities committed to health and wellness, the Kids Academy for children ages three months to 11 years old, and the creation of nearly 200 jobs.

Kids Academy at Life Time Chappaqua welcomes Westchester families with a kids play area, classes, camps, sports and fitness,  birthday parties, and family-friendly events.



The Diamond Premier-level club will also offer group fitness, cycle, yoga and pilates, one-on-one training, and more than 200 pieces of best-in-class cardiovascular and resistance training equipment. The LifeCafe will be located in Life Time Chappaqua and will include a fast-casual restaurant with a full menu, meals on the go, grab and go options, Peet's coffee, and nutritional supplements. The LifeSpa will offer a full-service salon and spa, high-quality dressing rooms, saunas, steam rooms, and complimentary towels and lockers. 

Life Time Athletic Chappaqua will be open Monday-Friday, 5am-11pm and Saturday-Sunday, 6:30am-11pm. For more information about the variety of memberships for individuals, couples, and families, visit the Life Time Athletic Chappaqua website.    

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