Archer Hotel, Life Time Fitness Club Coming to Burlington’s 3rd Avenue
Construction is currently underway with completion slated for early 2018.
Photo Courtesy of Nordblom Company
Adding to the diverse mix of current amenities at 3rd Avenue in Burlington, including Wegmans, five restaurants, six home stores, and many other unique shops, Archer Hotel, a luxe-boutique hotel, and Life Time, a resort-like health and fitness center, will be joining Northwest Park in early 2018, Nordblom Company recently announced.Adding to the diverse mix of current amenities at 3rd Avenue in Burlington, including Wegmans, five restaurants, six home stores, and many other unique shops, Archer Hotel, a luxe boutique hotel, and Life Time, a resort-like health and fitness center, will be joining Northwest Park in early 2018, Nordblom Company recently announced.
Archer Hotel will feature a variety of design palettes for its 147 guest rooms, a fitness studio, bar, and patio, as well as such “curated luxuries” as Frette robes, Nespresso coffee, turndown treats, and whimsical slippers. Additionally, the hotel will have more than 4,000 square feet of meeting and event space.
The Northwest Park development of Life Time, a healthy living, healthy aging, and healthy entertainment lifestyle company, will represent the company’s fourth healthy way of life destination in the greater Boston market. The more than 130,000-square-foot club will feature a broad array of resort-like, healthy lifestyle programs and services, including hundreds of pieces of state-of-the-art cardiovascular, resistance training, and strength equipment; dedicated group fitness, cycle, yoga, and pilates studios, featuring Life Time’s signature programs; basketball and squash courts; a Life Time Kids Academy; large indoor and outdoor pools; a full service LifeSpa, LifeCafe, and bistro; lounge areas; and much more, all supported by more than 300 certified Life Time performers.
“Nordblom’s Northwest Park with its unique 3rd Ave setting is ideal for Archer’s adventure-seeking guests,” explains Mike Daood, president of LodgeWorks. “The ability to walk to terrific dining, distinctive shops, and amenities like Life Time, is what the modern traveler appreciates. Archer is thrilled to call the neighborhood home.”