The structure in Phoenix, Ariz. was designed by Douglas Fredrikson and Alexandra Lemos of Phoenix-based Douglas Fredrikson Architects. The site has retail and office space, locker rooms for members, fitting rooms, restrooms and more than 13,000 sq. ft. of underground golf cart storage. A second phase of the project will start later this month and include a new clubhouse and restaurant, replacing the existing event tent and clubhouse.
The Arizona Biltmore Golf Club in Phoenix, Ariz. recently unveiled its new 19,500-square-foot golf facilities building, Phoenix Business Journal reported.
Designed by Douglas Fredrikson and Alexandra Lemos of Phoenix-based Douglas Fredrikson Architects, the building includes retail and office space, locker rooms for members, fitting rooms, restrooms and more than 13,000 sq. ft. of underground golf cart storage.
Club + Resort Business reported on this project in April 2022.
The new golf shop building marks the completion of phase one of a multiphase clubhouse enhancement project, Phoenix Business Journal reported. Phase two will begin later this month and will include a new clubhouse and restaurant, replacing the existing event tent and clubhouse. Phase two will also bring additional on-site parking and landscape improvements.
Tempe, Ariz.-based Sundt Construction is the project’s contractor.
The single-story building features Frank Lloyd Wright-inspired architecture, blending a modern Southwest design with many notable elements of the Biltmore Resort and community, including the signature concrete Biltmore block and patina copper fascia prominent in the resort’s motif, Phoenix Business Journal reported.
“The beautiful new golf shop and its ancillary facilities are an exciting first step in our journey to build a better Biltmore Golf Club,” said JDM Partners principal Jerry Colangelo in a statement. “We’ve assembled an all Arizona-based team of professionals to accomplish this multi-phase project, including architects, designers, engineers, contractors and merchandisers. We thank our friends and neighbors for their passion and patience as we continue to improve the facilities and courses to ensure they are preserved for future generations.”
In addition to the clubhouse project, the Arizona Biltmore Golf Club will soon begin an extensive renovation project on its Adobe Golf Course, Phoenix Business Journal reported. Led by the Lehman Design Group and Scottsdale resident Tom Lehman, the golf course renovation project will begin in April and infuse modern golf course design and water conservation technology.
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