The REAL TRUTH about the Weston Hills CC Rezoning Plan!

The Lodge at Weston Hills  Luxury Multi- Family Residences

We want you to know what we are presenting to the City of Weston:

  • Multi- family residential component 199 residences in a 4- story building with covered parking, with its own pool and clubrooms 
  • Age restricted 55 and over active Senior community with social director WH Country Club Improvements 
  • New recreation building with bar and restaurant 
  • New pool area with spa, cabanas, fire pits 
  • 5 new hard tru Tennis courts 
  • 2 new pickle ball courts 
  • Upgraded food and beverage facilities 
  • Re-grassing of the Golf courses 
  • New paved parking lots 
We are preserving the deed restriction placed on the golf course to remain as (2) 18 hole golf courses. There is no plan to change that. Here are the highlights of the WH Maintenance Associations report on the impact of our proposed project.

See excerpts from the independent "Urban Group Report" case study analysis and recommendations below:
  • The Multifamily Residential location of the Project WOULD NOT have a negative Impact on Adjoining Property Values. 
  • "We do not see any potential negative impacts as a result of the proposed development" 
  • "The Potential Closure of the Weston Hills Golf Courses Would Have a NEGATIVE IMPACT on the Surrounding Homes Value by 10 to 15% Loss in Value, Estimated at $25,000,000" 
  • ''Any assistance to maintain the country club in an operational and fiscally responsible asset is imperative to the homeowners and the community at large" 
  • The proposed 199-unit age restricted community of 55+ will prevent any adverse effect on the school system. 
  • The traffic studies done by the applicant and the WH Maintenance Homeowners Association make it clear that the "committed development traffic at the intersection of Weston Hills Blvd. and Country Club Way is negligible" 

Comments

  1. So let me get this right, an elite 55+ community without guarantees of remaining as such, with towering chunks of concrete that would take 5 years to build at the expense of adding traffic congestion before, during and after, piles of dust, noise, pollution, damage to main access roads, taking away views from neighboring buildings, affecting property values negatively, all at the expense of bailing out a privately owned golf course that’s been mismanaged for years? 67800 residents say NO THANK YOU!��

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    1. All wrong Frank

      1) 55+ would be binding
      2) Less than 3 years to build
      3) Experts conclude no impact on traffic
      4) Saving property values
      5) "Bailing out private club" = investing millions of dollars into a community amenity that otherwise is on track to become an eye.

      Get informed!

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    2. 1. Even if it's "binding" there ar many cases people over 55 sneak in. The Palms near emerald park has this problem.
      2. Construction ALWAYS takes longer than the original projection.
      3. Experts hired by the WH association. Of which many are also in the board for the country club and biased
      4. Doubt it.
      5. Maybe the country club needs to restructure its business.

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    3. 1. Even if it's "binding" there ar many cases people over 55 sneak in. The Palms near emerald park has this problem.
      2. Construction ALWAYS takes longer than the original projection.
      3. Experts hired by the WH association. Of which many are also in the board for the country club and biased
      4. Doubt it.
      5. Maybe the country club needs to restructure its business.

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