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Indy sports club closing after 21 years

Indy sports club closing after 21 years
Indy sports club closing after 21 years
Posted at 10:44 AM, Aug 03, 2017
and last updated 2017-08-03 20:11:54-04

INDIANAPOLIS --  A north side sports club is closing its doors after 21 years of business.

Five Seasons Family Sports Club, located at 1300 East 96th Street, will cease operations on September 30.

The facility employs 84 people including roles in tennis, fitness, pool, child care, maintenance and housekeeping, according to documents filed with the state.

According to a statement provided to RTV6, the Carmel Monon Center and other low-cost fitness facilities “had their effect over time" on the facility.

The property was rezoned to a high density office use, and parent company Corporex, plans to market it for redevelopment.

“It has been a wonderful experience we have had knowing and serving the great people of Indianapolis, Carmel, Fishers, Meridian Hills and others in the greater community,” Thomas Deer, COO of Five Seasons said.

Here's the full statement from Five Seasons:

Corporex Companies announce the closing of the Five Seasons Family Sports Club facility today.

After twenty one years of serving the northern Indianapolis community, Five Seasons Family Sports Club of Indianapolis will cease to operate as of September 30, 2017.  Members and team members have been notified.   Thomas Deere, COO of Five Seasons said, “It has been a wonderful experience we have had knowing and serving the great people of Indianapolis, Carmel, Fishers, Meridian Hills and others in the greater community.”

The addition of the City owned Monon Center and low-cost fitness facilities had their effect over time.  Over this past year the property was rezoned to a high density office use and the company intends to market the property for redevelopment.