Addison Village Club opens Jan. 2 with resort-style amenities


Todd Pokrywa, the president of The Viera Company, right, is joined by Eva M. Rey, the director of community management, amenities and communications, as they offically cut the ribbon to open the new Addison Village Club in Viera. The ribbon cutting was held for the news media and corporate officials on Dec. 18.

Jill Blue

One of Brevard County’s most unique and state-of-the-art clubs — Addison Village Club in Viera — is scheduled to hold its grand opening at 9 a.m. Jan. 2.

Residents will be able to register and use the facility at the grand opening.

The beautiful multi-million dollar, 9,000-square-foot recreational facility will offer residents of the Addison Village community resort-like amenities.

Eva M. Rey, the director of community management, amenities and communications for The Viera Company, said the facility is located at the corner of Stadium Parkway and Addison Drive (8150 Stadium Parkway).

Rey said the club contains an indoor basketball court that is complemented by several multi-use meeting rooms and a spacious, social area in the middle of the facility called the club room.

Outdoors, residents will find six tennis courts, two pickleball courts, two bocce ball courts and an immaculate croquet lawn.

There are two, very large family-style resort pools. One pool has a splash pad and a large bucket that dumps water, while the second pool holds 180,000 gallons of water that offers four lanes for swimming laps. There also is an abundance of green space that includes a veranda and two pavilions that add to the appeal for both children and adults.

Daniel Waite, who will be the club's lifestyles director, says he wants to bring a lot of family-oriented programs to the facility.

“I want everyone to come and have a sense of ownership of the faciity," he said. I want neighbors to get involved. “I want to bring in intergenerational programs.”

Access to the club is provided as an amenity for those that live in the Addison Village communities of Trasona, Kerrington, Loren Cove, Reeling Park, Seville, Valencia, Sierra Cove and Stonecrest.

A ribbon-cutting ceremony was held Dec. 18 for the news media and local officials. On Dec. 21 and 22, an open house was held for residents to ask questions about programs and to tour the facility.

Rey said residents will be treated to a unique facility.

“It is unique to Brevard County as a whole I think because of the resort-style pools,” she said. “We have a lot of really nice resort-style furniture, chairs, tables and umbrellas. It’s very elegant, high-end and makes you feel like you’re at a resort and on vacation.”