LONGMONT - NewMark Merrill Mountain States on Tuesday announced five more tenants, including a Gold's Gym, which will be part of the redeveloped Twin Peaks Mall.

A July groundbreaking is slated for demolition of the mall, which will become a new 490,000-square-foot open-air shopping center dubbed Village at the Peaks.

The Gold's Gym will occupy 32,000 square feet of the former Dillard's building, which will remain intact. Gold's Gym will be one of six anchors for the first phase of the $85 million project. A 40,600-square-foot Whole Foods Market, a 46,626-square-foot Regal Cinema movie theater and a 136,000-square-foot Sam's Club had all been previously announced.

NewMark Merrill's Allen Ginsborg said Tuesday that the other two anchors are also signed to leases, but they don't want their identities revealed until ground is broken on the project. Ginsborg said his company has leased about 70 percent of the square footage.

The other four tenants announced Tuesday are Parry's Pizzeria and Bar's fifth Colorado location; Bad Daddy's Burger Bar, which has also has a location in Cherry Creek; Verizon Wireless, which has three other stores in Longmont; and Pacific Dental, which has three other locations in Northern Colorado and 275 in the southwestern United States.

Ginsborg said the current movie theater and a handful of other retailers remain open at the mall and will be closing at various points over the next 60 days.

Village at the Peaks is scheduled for completion in time for the 2015 holiday shopping season.