The Rock Hill, S.C. club is part of the National Football League team’s overall plans to move operations out of Charlotte, N.C. Plans for the new team property include practice facilities, hotels, restaurants and other additions. The project will have its own new interchange off a main freeway.
The purchase of Waterford Golf Club by the National Football League’s Carolina Panthers is complete, The Herald out of Rock Hill, S.C. reported. County records now show the golf course sold March 13 for $2.25 million. The new owner, listed as Waterford Golf Club LLC, lists the same address as the team, at Bank of America Stadium in Charlotte, N.C..
C+RB reported on the team’s interest in the club in October 2019. The course would be used by the team but would also be open to public play, sources in Rock Hill have told the Charlotte Business Journal.
County records also show GT Real Estate Holdings as the owners of three properties in York County, The Herald reported. GT Real Estate is the company Rock Hill, York County and the Rock Hill School District negotiated with on the Panthers headquarters project planned for Rock Hill.
County records don’t yet show team ownership of the more than 200 acres where team headquarters will go, The Herald reported. Plans there include practice facilities, hotels, restaurants and other additions. The project will have its own new interchange off a main freeway.
York County passed the second of three needed readings earlier in the week on economic incentive deals for the team, The Herald reported. Those deals involve $1 billion of new investment, a figure area development leaders say could be twice that amount with surrounding growth spurred by the Panthers relocation from Charlotte.
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