Gurner unveils wellness brand

Artist’s impression of Saint Haven Collingwood.

Tim Gurner plans to roll out 10 exclusive wellness retreats – or Saint Havens – within the next four years.

Saint Haven will offer cryotherapy, massages and medical treatments as well as traditional gym offerings.

The concept, which will add cryotherapy, massages and medical treatments to traditional gym offerings, has been advertising for staff all month; a website has also been launched.

The first facility is earmarked for the developer’s recently completed Victoria and Vine (pictured, top), in Wellington Street, Collingwood.

Membership is expected to circle $100 per week.

The venue will also accommodate events.

“The Gurner Private Health and Wellness Club concept (South Haven) is more than just a gym,” a spokesperson said (story continues below).

Ten Saint Havens are proposed before 2026.

“It’s a complete lifestyle…prioritising your health and wellness in an exclusive, private environment,” they added.

“It’s a second home…a sanctuary for the body and mind…creating community and connection, mindfulness, movement, strength, fitness, recovery, nutrition and personal care”.

Last week we reported Gurner, with Wingate, secured St Regis to the hotel component of the $1.7 billion La Pelago project, in Surfers Paradise.

The developer, with Qualitas, is also speculated to be behind a $300m-plus purchase of a Five Dock, Sydney, site, for a Build to Rent investment.

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