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Plan to convert vacant Stamford corporate park into fitness center regains...

Nearby residents' objections to the proposed Life Time fitness center, which has been on the boards for over two years, revolve around traffic and noise.

Chappaqua Crossing almost crossing the finish line

“We are so excited to be opening a second location in Chappaqua Crossing,” said Tanya Tochner, who owns the boutique ROCKS, which also has a location in Armonk.

Life Time goes (relatively) smaller in Chappaqua

“We’re used to 200,000-plus square feet ... Here, we still are very spacious. We still have that resort feel, but we pared it down,” said Michael Spiegel, the general manager of the Chappaqua location.

Life Time sets hiring fair for new Chappaqua Crossing club

The 42,000-square-foot club will be the second in Westchester. Life Time opened its 206,000-square-foot Harrison club on Westchester Park Drive in 2014.

Life Time hosts job fair for 200 openings at new Chappaqua...

The company needs employees for its LifeSpa, LifeCafe, Kids Academy, member services, facility operations and personal training areas.

Controversial plan to allow Life Time building in Stamford approved

The city's zoning board has approved an amendment regarding the High Ridge Park building, which has been vacant since Frontier Communications moved to Norwalk in 2015.

Thomas Madden: Repurposing vacant office parks a necessity

Having done well in Westchester County, Madden views repurposing Stamford's High Ridge Park as a test case for Fairfield County. The proposal to repurpose one of the six buildings into a fitness facility has run into significant opposition from neighboring residents.

Public hearings on controversial High Ridge Park development extended again

If passed, the proposed zoning text change – which requires a supermajority vote of at least 4-1 – would also apply to Stamford’s five other office parks.

Public hearings on controversial High Ridge Park development to continue

“The Chamber of Commerce is always supportive of anything that can bring economic growth – not at all costs, but at good cost -- and that’s what this project would be," says Stamford Chamber of Commerce President and CEO Jack Condlin.

Showdown coming on proposed High Ridge Park development

Is a proposed Life Time exercise facility in the old Frontier Communications headquarters consistent with the city's "adaptive reuse" regulations or simply an attempt to build a "Chelsea Piers on steroids"?

First Life Time fitness center opens in Westchester

Life Time Fitness Inc. recently opened its more than $60 million athletics and spa complex, the first of its kind in Westchester.