The active-adult community in Bridgeville, Del. is adding a new fitness and aquatic center, bocce and pickleball courts, new parks and a performance lawn with waterside dining, and a Market House with seasonal favorites.
Brookfield Residential, developer of Heritage Shores, has announced the approval and dedication of Phase III of facility enhancements for the active-adult golf community in Bridgeville, Del.
Named Eagle Springs at Heritage Shores, Phase III will include a new fitness and aquatic center, bocce and pickleball courts, new parks and a performance lawn with waterside dining, and a Market House offering seasonal favorites.
Heritage Shores, ranked as one of the top 50 master-planned communities in the U.S. by Where To Retire magazine, will add these facilities to its 18-hole, Arthur Hills-designed golf course and its clubhouse that features the Passwaters Restaurant.
“This all means significantly more choices for our residents: More choices for food and entertainment, more choices for recreational and sporting activities, and more home-style choices,” said Dorothy Harper, Vice President of Brookfield Residential,