FRAMINGHAM – Life Time Athletic MetroWest held its grand opening yesterday, July 14. The new 3-story upscale fitness center is located at the site of the former Breyers Ice Cream plant.
The MetroWest Chamber of Commerce, based in Framingham, held a ribbon cutting ceremony yesterday.
On Tuesday, Selectmen unanimously approved for a beer & wine restaurant license & common victualer license at 490 Old Connecticut Path, by Framingham Selectmen Tuesday night. Alcohol will be allowed in the squash court area and the outside pool only. The state’s only other Life Time Athletic in Westwood does not have an all-alcohol nor a beer or wine license.
Life Time Athletic MetroWest offers a full-service spa, a cafe that provides a healthy diet, group fitness instructors and personal trainers, an indoor cycling studio, cutting-edge fitness equipment, and both and indoor and an outdoor pool. Programming includes weight loss programs, squash courts, yoga and Pilates classes, and indoor aquatics center.
There is also a Life Time Kids Academy which will provide kids ages 3 months to 13 years a activities focused on Mind and Body, Arts and Culture, Fitness and Agility, and Life Skills.
Life Time Athletic – MetroWest offers individual, couples, family and kid memberships. Prices are not available on the company’s website, and the company prefers to not give our price infrormation. Instead the monthly fee per person is discussed during individualized tours.
The former Breyers/Sealtest Ice cream plant, built in 1962, closed in 2011. National Development purchased the property for $4.5 million in August. 2013.
Photos by Charlie Pasewark