Tuesday, August 25, 2020

Audubon Country Club Unveils New Lifestyle Center

(Naples, Florida) – Audubon Country Club in Naples, Fla. recently unveiled its new 19,000 square-foot Lifestyle Center. The two-story Lifestyle Center both modernizes and expands the club’s fitness and tennis offerings, while also providing members with a new casual indoor/outdoor dining experience. Peacock + Lewis Architecture and Interior Design of North Palm Beach designed the facility, while Gates Construction was the contractor.

The focal point of the new Lifestyle Center is the new and improved Courtside Café which is substantially larger and features an indoor/outdoor bar, display kitchen, poolside dining, and increased outdoor lounging areas with cozy fire pit tables. Executive Chef Richard Nielsen, CEC, PCIII, oversees the culinary experience which features a menu that will enhance a healthy lifestyle.

The new fitness center, located on the building’s second floor, features a state-of-the-art weight studio and cardio room, two exercise rooms for fitness classes, a massage lounge, two treatment rooms, and men’s and ladies’ day use locker rooms. The second-floor balcony can be used for outdoor fitness classes such as tai chi and yoga or to accommodate seating for social gatherings.

The new building is located adjacent to the Club’s seven Har-Tru tennis courts and two bocce courts. A new HydroGrid exhibition tennis court and two gel surface pickleball courts were also added as part of the project.

 “The Lifestyle Center puts us at the forefront of facilities in terms of fitness,” said Michael Rodriguez, PGA, general manager, Audubon Country Club.  “It’s also a place in the community that members can drive their golf cart to, sit by the fire pits and have a craft beverage – and never have to leave the gates. That’s really important, especially in this day and age, that we have something like this that members can enjoy.

“The Lifestyle Center is going to be a terrific gathering spot for members. Real estate sales are strong in the community and this building is a big reason for the surge in home sales.”

For additional news and information, visit www.audubonccofnaples.com and www.Troon.com.

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