Miami, known for its vibrant sporting scene and luxurious lifestyle, is about to witness the rise of a new sports destination. Reserve Padel, the leading luxury lifestyle padel brand, has joined forces with SoLé Mia, the $4 billion, 184-acre master-planned community developed by LeFrak and Turnberry, to establish its first permanent location in the world. This exciting collaboration aims to strengthen padel’s position within Miami’s sporting fabric and elevate the lifestyle at SoLé Mia to new heights.
Following the success of its pop-up locations in Miami Beach and Hudson Yards, Reserve Padel has chosen SoLé Mia as the site for its flagship two-story facility. Set to open in the fall of 2024, Reserve Padel at SoLé Mia will span an impressive 100,000 square feet, boasting four indoor and six outdoor padel courts, along with two pickleball courts. But the amenities don’t stop there – this deluxe facility will also house a health and wellness center, the onsite Pura Vida restaurant, a steam room, a cold plunge, and more.
Reserve Padel at SoLé Mia is not just a sports club; it is a haven for those seeking an elevated lifestyle. Alongside public access, the club will offer an exclusive membership component that provides specific privileges such as priority court bookings, access to special events, and entry to the second-floor health and wellness facility. Members will have the opportunity to participate in special tournaments, events, exhibitions, corporate outings, all-level clinics, and curated children’s programs. The club will also house two separate pickleball courts, catering to enthusiasts of this popular sport.
SoLé Mia itself is a vibrant urban oasis, designed with wellness in mind. Spanning 184 acres, the community offers a seven-acre, swimmable freshwater lagoon, eight miles of jogging and bike paths, and 37 acres of beautifully landscaped open space. It combines the best of luxury living with nature and recreational amenities. Currently, SoLé Mia is home to over a thousand residents, and upon completion, it will feature 4,390 residences, 1.5 million square feet of commercial activity, including the University of Miami Medical Center’s largest world-class outpatient medical facility, UHealth, as well as a charter school and more.
With the addition of Reserve Padel, SoLé Mia will further enhance its reputation as one of Miami’s most desirable places to live. The community will attract global attention as a prime destination for witnessing exhilarating padel matches featuring some of the world’s biggest players.
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