Tapestry Park CoolSculpting business is owned by Adam Podlesh and his wife, Miranda.
CoolRoom, a venture owned by former Jacksonville Jaguars punter Adam Podlesh and his wife, Miranda, was approved for tenant build-out in Tapestry Park.
Platinum Construction Southeast Inc. is the contractor for the almost $92,000 build-out of almost 1,500 square feet of space in Tapestry Park.
Podlesh, now a private wealth manager with Merrill Lynch, and his wife, Miranda, a former emergency room nurse, are launching CoolRoom.
The CoolSculpting process focuses on a technological procedure that freezes a patient’s fat cells so that the body can shed them naturally and permanently.
Adam Podlesh functions as the business financial officer. He said the couple considered several endeavors.
“Nothing really made sense to me as far as being a realistic way of delving into the business world until now. Looking at the business model, it just made sense,” he said.
Miranda Podlesh is the operator of CoolRoom.
“We love helping patients and making them feel good about themselves, and this has provided me with an unexpected and very different way of fulfilling that from what I was previously used to, which was helping very sick people,” she said.
She said Thursday she expects the business to open in March.