Worldgate Athletic Club & Spa reopens after renovations
Worldgate Athletic Club & Spa reopens this week after about $4 million in renovations.
The club, located at 13037 Worldgate Drive, has upgraded its fitness equipment and added a boxing studio and system to its indoor tennis program.
The facility also includes video-on-demand cycling, pickleball, an upgraded indoor track and a new recovery area.
A golf stimulator from Foresight Sports – called AcuTennis – has also been included in the upgrades, allowing users to practice the game with customizable options. The feature has been added to all pitches and allows users to access instant replays and control the pitch via mobile devices.
Here’s more from the company on the renovation:
Worldgate Athletic Club & Spa’s recent multimillion-dollar renovation transformed the three-level facility into a one-stop-shop for good living. The club offers 110,000 square feet of fitness, aqua, tennis, spa and wellness facilities. From state-of-the-art equipment and a large gymnasium to all new locker rooms and a full kids’ club, Worldgate Athletic Club & Spa is packed with amenities. Expert personal trainers, group exercise instructors and spa therapists offer the latest in balanced health.
The club is owned by DC-based Rapport property management company and managed by Maryland-based club management company WTS International.
“We are delighted to present the renovated club,” said Gary D. Rappaport, CEO of Rappaport, owners of Worldgate. “As one of the biggest clubs in the DC area, it was important to us to provide the latest fitness technology and training trends. Members and the community should be excited to see the new additions. It’s a state-of-the-art health club and spa that has it all.
Photo courtesy of Worldgate Club & Spa