As part of the 2019 voter-approved General Obligation Bond, one of the project identified as part of the Parks, Open Space, Recreational and Cultural Facilities category was the revitalization of the Orangebrook Club and Country Club. The project called for a new 15,000 sq. ft. multi-use clubhouse, ADA accessible nature preserve path within course designed with wildlife habitat/biodiversity for walking, jogging, biking, improved course drainage and water retention capacity, renovate 36 holes of golf to include an 18 hole championship course and an 18 hole Par 3 course, enhance putting/chipping area and driving range, new 10,000 sq. ft. cart barn, new 12,000 sq. ft. maintenance building, course restrooms and starter shack, new cart paths, illuminate 9 holes for evening play, parking lot and entryway signage.
Bond funding for this project was identified at $24,789,613. Subsequently, the City received an unsolicited proposal for the redevelopment of the site. The unsolicited proposal was determined to be a qualifying project as required by the state public-private partnerships (P3) statute, and the city issued the required Notice of Receipt of an Unsolicited Proposal and a willingness to accept competing proposals. The City’s real estate advisory firm, CBRE, marketed the opportunity and six P3 proposals were received. Through the evaluation process, four P3 proposals are now being considered by Orangebrook Revitalization Evaluation Committee.
Watch the meeting video of the CBRE presentation on 10/18/22 to see the Refined/Revised Proposals prior to final submission.
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PDF: CBRE Presentation