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The Bay Club Company Acquires Broadway Tennis Center

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SAN FRANCISCO, CA - The Bay Club Company ("Bay Club"), a California-based hospitality company, announced the acquisition of Broadway Tennis Center ("BTC"), continuing its growth of luxury properties in the California marketplace. Effective June 1, Bay Club will assume operations of Broadway Tennis Center, which will be offered as an additional amenity to Bay Club members in the Northern California market. The state-of-the-art tennis facility located in Burlingame, California will complement the current offerings that Bay Club is recognized for and further expand their Four Points of Focus: fitness, sports, hospitality and family.

Built in 2015, the modern three-acre property boasts six indoor hard courts under championship lighting with balcony viewing for each court; men's and women's locker rooms; and two sports lounges with Wi-Fi and satellite TV.

"We're excited to expand our tennis footprint and give our members access to a sweeping, modernized facility," says Bay Club President and CEO Matthew Stevens. "The addition of Broadway Tennis Center, coupled with significant investments in our current properties, will result in a more well-rounded assortment of signature amenities for our Northern California campus memberships."

A leader in the tennis space with over 100 indoor and outdoor tennis courts across California that play host to USTA Tennis Tournaments, Bay Club offers access to a comprehensive tennis experience. Programming consists of Junior Tennis Clinics, year-round tournaments, academies, workshops, camps, and professional instruction for all ages and skill levels.

This addition follows Bay Club's 2017 acquisition of Manhattan Country Club in Manhattan Beach, CA. The Broadway Tennis Center will become part of the Peninsula Campus, one of eight California campuses located within the San Francisco, San Jose, Los Angeles and San Diego markets.

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