Health, fitness and snowshoe club operator Life Time has opened a residential and health club complex in Las Vegas

The Wellness Village is under the Life Time Living brand and offers 105 one-bedroom properties and 44 two-bedroom properties for rent

Facilities include outdoor and indoor pools for laps and recreation; yoga, Pilates and bike studios; as well as saunas and hammams

Residents can also access lifestyle support services, such as healthy food deliveries and fitness and relaxation classes.

American health, fitness and snowshoe club operator Life Time has opened a residential wellness center in Green Valley, Las Vegas

Brand life to lifethe 16.5-acre concept appeals to high-income, wellness-motivated consumers.

The residential buildings span seven floors, offering 105 one-bedroom apartments and 44 two-bedroom apartments ranging from 914 square feet to 1,727 square feet. Rental starts at $3,000 per month for a 12-month contract, with monthly fees including rent and gym membership. , on-site facilities and services, as well as access to all Life Time clubs nationwide.

“Life Time Living was designed to foster a healthy, socially connected and environmentally conscious lifestyle with our new luxury residences and sports resorts and spas as part of a vibrant campus,” said Eric Padget, vice president of real estate development. “This way of life is made possible through what is now a Life Time community; a village that embraces our brand philosophy to inspire a holistically healthy lifestyle.

The resort’s concierge service offers a host of nutrition, fitness and relaxation benefits to help tenant residents achieve a healthy lifestyle. They include the preparation and delivery of healthy meals from the on-site LifeCafe; personal training or group fitness sessions; and scheduling appointments for spa treatments and nutrition coaches for food shopping.

The fitness center offers outdoor and indoor facilities on 162,000 square feet, such as separate indoor and outdoor pools for laps and recreation; yoga, Pilates and bike studios; indoor and outdoor tennis courts, volleyball courts; saunas, steam rooms and whirlpools.

A packed program of daily activities is planned, which combines with sessions for toddlers and children to help parents and families reach their exercise goals.

There are five group training options: GTX Conditioning (cardio and strength training circuits); GTX (cardio conditioning); Alpha Conditioning (high intensity cardiovascular and muscular endurance); Alpha (weightlifting and bodybuilding); and Ultra Fit (treadmill-based with an emphasis on sprinting).

Studio classes include Xtreme (HIIT training); Gluteus Maxout (lower body and cardio); Life Barre (dance and toning); Upper RX (strength building and muscle toning); Warrior Sculpt (yoga, HIIT and strength); Barbell Strength (bodybuilding); Strike (kickboxing and martial arts); and En Barre (bar training).

Overall, there are six yoga classes: Fire (HIIT); Flow (Vinyasa); Root (fundamentals for beginners); Be (meditation with breathing); Sol (guided dynamic yoga); and Yin (passive yoga poses for improved mobility).

There are currently five cycle sessions which include: Amp (low impact for all levels); EDG (high energy and effort); PWR (endurance focused); AMP Sculpt (cardio and upper body sculpting); EDG Sculpt (HIIT cardio and strength training).

Recovery also features prominently in the program, with NormaTec sessions and each apartment includes soundproofing and blackout blinds to help provide a comfortable sleeping environment.

Before the pandemic, Life Time was supposed to launch a Life Time Living complex in Dallas, as well as Las Vegas and Miami. The company’s Dallas project has been delayed due to COVID-19 and construction is now expected to begin in March 2023.

Life Time Living’s Miami project in Coral Gables, Florida was originally a collaboration between Life Time and Nolan Reynolds International (NRI), but real estate investment firm Hines recently acquired the development for a fee. of $430 million. It includes an 80,000 square foot sports complex, a 25,000 square foot work center and 495 residences, including studios, one-, two- and three-bedroom units.

Following the agreement, Life Time will continue to operate the fitness and coworking space and Willowick Residential, Hines’ property management company, will manage the property.

Life Time was founded by Bahram Akradi 22 years ago and registered as Life Time Fitness, but in 2017 he dropped the word “fitness” to become Life Time. The company operates around 160 health and fitness clubs in the United States and Canada – which the company says have around 1.7 million members – as well as several coworking locations and around 200 US-based runs, such as the Life Time Tri series and the Miami Marathon.