V I P One to One Fitness Center 1620 Lemoine Ave, Fort Lee, NJ07024 VIP One to One Fitness Center is not the usual health club, it is a private gym that caters exclusively to one-on-one…More workout sessions. Its compact layout makes for a perfect private workout space. The gym has four trainers, owner Brian Hernandez included, all of whom are ISSA certified to help tailor a personal and unique workout routine to meet an individual's needs. Services offered at the gym include circuit training, functional training, golf conditioning, nutrition counseling, prenatal and postpartum training, kettleball training and one-to-one general fitness training.
Future's Best 1435 10th St, Fort Lee, NJ07024 Located off Stillwell Avenue in the vicinity of Fort Lee Middle School, Future's Best Nursery Academy is a private…More daycare center for children from infancy to five years old. The center has state-certified school teachers on staff, as well as a certified RN, a gym teacher and a consulting speech pathologist. It also features a large outdoor playground, closed circuit video cameras in all rooms and touts itself as a "security conscious facility for the safety of the children." Future's Best also offers a summer program for children though age six. Separate curricula are offered for toddlers, "terrific twos," "terrific threes" and pre-k. Fees range from $230 to $270 a week, depending on age.
Fort Lee Community Center 1355 Inwood Ter, Fort Lee, NJ07024 The 35,000-square-foot Jack Alter Fort Lee Community Center is more than just a venue for youth and adult sports. You…More will find organized basketball, soccer, cheerleading, volleyball, baseball, football and softball there, but seasonal programs such as aerobics, dance, yoga and pilates, and special events like concerts, a speakers' bureau, cabaret nights, "Dancing Under the Stars" and "Movies and Music Under the Stars" make the center a multi-purpose community resource. Additional highlights include a seasonal English conversation program, line dancing, a toddler gym and a farmers' market, which runs through November. Many of these programs are free to Fort Lee residents. The impressive structure is surrounded by a plaza with a large fountain on one side and a vast lawn with benches on the other. The community center is located where Center Ave., Anderson Ave. and Inwood Terrace converge near the Fort Lee Police station. A Fort Lee Community Center photo ID card is required to use any of the facilities or participate in most of the programs. Fort Lee residency is also required.
Gesher Shalom is a Conservative, egalitarian synagogue affiliated with the United Synagogue of Conservative Judaism.…More It is a spiritual, cultural and social learning center located in the heart of Fort Lee. Given its convenient location, the synagogue boasts members from Manhattan, Bergen, Passaic, Essex and Union Counties. The modest-looking but expansive building houses a gym, a sanctuary, a social hall and multiple classrooms. The synagogue offers adult education, a Hebrew school, a Bar/Bat Mitzvah program, youth groups, a sisterhood and men's groups. It also hosts special events throughout the year such as its holiday bazaar and cabaret.
Formerly known as the Jewish Community Center of Fort Lee, Gesher Shalom changed its name shortly after the events of 9/11. Gesher Shalom, which translates as "Bridge of Peace" is so named because of its proximity to the George Washington Bridge. But honoring its history and the legacy of its founding members, the synagogue also retains its original name.