Clubs can accommodate bustling dining areas with carefully planned and deliberately designed kitchen space.
The club issued an apology after a late-night fireworks display on Wednesday, April 26 that prompted neighbors to complain on social media. “We take our relationship with Glen Ridge and the neighboring communities very seriously, and in this instance, we needed to be a better steward of that relationship,” the club said in a statement.
The club broke ground on November 8 on the project, which will take place throughout 2016 and include an update of its two main buildings and construction of a new pro shop. The club currently has more than 500 members and expects the number to go up when renovations are complete.