An indoor/outdoor luxury sports facility planned for Roseville is inching closer to the finish line.

The VillaSport Athletic Club and Spa, an 88,000-square-foot, two-story building, is planned for the open plot of land just to the west of the Galleria at Roseville. It is billed as a “premier destination for fitness, family and community.”

VillaSport aims to create a gym experience that combines quality and luxury.

But most of all, the club hopes to stand taller than the rest by accommodating the entire family with a sociable, fun and educational sports environment.

Some features listed on its website include:

  • Resort-like campus.
  • Complete kids club spa.
  • Indoor/outdoor pools.
  • Services to maintain healthy lifestyle.

VillaSport offers children ages 6 to 12 years old a place to play called VillaKids, which includes a climbing gym, arts/crafts studio, dance/activity studio and age-specific play areas.

The club schedules 180 complimentary group exercises classes per week for all ages and fitness levels.

Other resort-style amenities include:

  • Waterslides and jumbo play structures.
  • Complete fitness center for cardio and strength training.
  • NBA hardwood court.
  • Day spa offering massages, facials, waxing and nail services.
  • Indoor/outdoor cafes.
  • Luxurious locker rooms featuring whirlpools, steam rooms, saunas and relaxation lounges.

The project is currently breaking ground on a 7.5-acre parcel near the Roseville Galleria by Highway 65 and Roseville Parkway. A large sign near the highway is currently up announcing its imminent arrival.

Based in San Rafael, the company is undergoing a major expansion and continues to seek new locations across Northern California. Some new Bay Area locations are set to open soon as well.

If you are interested in becoming a member, you can join the VillaSport Athletic Club and Spa’s VIP list to learn more.

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