Group exercise classes now take up half of the gym floor. Five Points wants to build a two story extension onto the end of the building. The "much needed" space will host group exercise classes.
A new parking lot and entrance are also in the works. The whole project will cost $2.1 million and Five Points is able to pay $1.3 million of it.
General manager Vikki Poorman said they still need to raise $800,000.
"You gotta make the ask, obviously we're hoping that the community will support us. You know we have an obligation to the city, to the high school to the park district and the obligation to be financially prudent with our money and we feel like we've done a good job up till this point," Poorman said.
Poorman said she's hoping to have construction start in the spring.