NEWBERG, Ore., Sept. 27 /PRNewswire/ -- A team of internationally recognized consultants will plan and oversee development of the luxury spa that will open in the spring of 2009 along with an equally luxurious inn at the Springbrook Development in northeast Newberg.
Joan Austin, president of Springbrook Properties, Inc., announced that Health Fitness Dynamics, Inc. (HFD) of Pompano Beach, Fla., will oversee development of what is destined to become one of the Pacific Northwest's leading spas.
Co-owners Judy Singer and Patty Monteson have led their company through $650 million worth of spa developments ranging from the Boca Raton Resort & Club in Florida to the Grand Wailea Resort in Maui, Hawaii. Internationally, HFD has consulted with spa owners in Austria and for the Monte Carlo Bay Hotel & Spa in Monaco. Singer and Monteson helped develop the criteria for spas to earn "Leading Spas of the World," designations.
"By hiring Health Fitness Dynamics, we continue to add to our team of highly experienced consultants," Mrs. Austin said. Previously, she has announced engineers, hotel, retail, marketing and architectural consultants to design, build and promote her 450-acre development.
Springbrook will feature the first luxury inn and spa in Oregon's wine region, (yet within the urban growth boundary) along with a retail village, recreational trails and parks and hundreds of home sites. The decade-long development will begin with construction of the inn, spa and restaurant in tandem with home construction. The retail village will open in 2010.
"For Springbrook, we plan to create the 'comfort zones,' that will offer guests the ultimate in relaxation," Singer said.
"We will train staff to deliver 'five-star' treatment and encourage customized treatments. However, even with this level of service, we still expect to offer treatments that are affordable to many who visit the spa," she continued.
"Going to the sp
|SOURCE Springbrook Properties, Inc.|
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