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Brooklyn-based tennis club to open Long Island City facility

Brooklyn-based tennis club to open Long Island City facility

The owners of a Brooklyn-based indoor tennis club are planning to open a Queens location in Long Island City.

Court 16, a private club offering tennis lessons, tennis camps and court space for adults and children, will be renovating and opening in a warehouse at 13-06 Queens Plaza, according to building owner Roberta Gratz.

The business filed plans with the Department of Buildings Thursday looking to renovate the 11,097 square-foot warehouse to include five tennis courts, as well as seating area and several offices.

The Brooklyn location of Court 16 offers private and group tennis lessons, court rentals and camps for children, and also hosts various events and birthday parties out of the space.

An annual membership to the Brooklyn club for one kid and their two parents, not including the cost of lessons or rentals, costs $350 annually, with a premier version costing $500 with added perks.

Lessons begin at $32 per half hour group lesson and $74 per half hour private lesson. Court rentals cost $50 for an hour, including the use of racquets and balls.