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More Club Than Gym.

Don’t call us a gym.

We’re a place to move, but we’re not a gym. We’re a place that nurtures a feeling of community, but we’re not a country club. We’re a place to get personal attention, but we’re not a resort. Midtown is a unique athletic club that we like to say is more resort than club and more club than gym.

Our Clubs

Midtown provides members with a place to practice a healthy and happy lifestyle and the people to help them do so. We have the best of everything, including world-class tennis courts, swimming pools that rival those of five-star hotels, bistros, boutiques, social events for the whole family, and of course, state-of-the-art fitness equipment. We also have the best associates and coaches who take your experience personally. Together, it’s what makes Midtown one heck of an upgrade from an ordinary gym.

Locations

Bannockburn, ILChicago, ILPalatine, ILWillowbrook, IL
Atlanta, GAMontreal, QCRochester, NYWeston, FL

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Whether it's our industry-leading tennis instruction, innovative group exercise classes, restorative spa services, or social activities, every place you turn at Midtown there’s something to get your heart rate up.

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