160-acre golf course offered to Collier County for $28M
Owned by the Vocisanos family, the popular 160-acre property that runs along the Collier Boulevard in Naples, is being offered to the Collier County for $28 million.
The Naples Daily News publishes today an article including declarations from the family attorney, Michael Coleman: “The county has expressed an interest.”
This seems to be confirmed by the County Commissioner Burt Saunders, whose district includes the golf course, who has expressed interest in using this land for public use in the past. He declared to the local news that the property is “prime real estate that could lend itself to different options.”
This objective collides with the interest of builders and developers, who have expressed aggressive interest in acquiring the land to build housing communities for years. The Collier County commissioners have vote no in the past the proposal to converting the property current zoning to housing, which is strongly opposed by neighboring areas and conservationist groups.
Opened in 1964, the 18-hole Golden Gate golf course features 6,564 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 72. The course was designed by Dick Wilson/Joseph L. Lee, opening in 1964.
For more information about this popular course opened to the public visit their website.
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