Architectural plans and timetables for the Boca Raton, Fla., property’s renovation will be finalized this year with construction beginning in 2015. The plan includes new card rooms, interior design updates for the main clubhouse and dining, and an overhaul of the fitness, aquatics, poolside dining, and childcare areas.
Woodfield Country Club in Boca Raton, Fla., has announced a $23.75 million renovation plan that will begin in 2015 and continue for up to three years. Architectural plans and timetables will be finalized this year.
“We have been successful in bringing an attractive and affordable plan to the membership that will enhance the resort-style experience,” said Eben Molloy, General Manager. “Maintaining our position as the premier family country club in the fiercely competitive local marketplace involves continually investing in our club and evolving to meet the needs of current and future members.
“Our ability to attract families and those seeking a vibrant lifestyle sets us apart from many other country club communities,” said Molloy. “The planned improvements are the direct result of input from our members. There is a combination of renovations that appeal to children as well as adults.”
The long range plan was developed in 2011 after surveying members and ranking projects by importance. It was approved by members in December 2013.
The plan involves new and expanded card rooms, an interior design refresh in the main clubhouse and dining areas, along with an overhaul of the fitness, aquatics, poolside dining and child care areas. A major addition is a new building and play area for the exclusive use of younger members.
“So many of our members have children,” said Molloy. “We are improving an already outstanding and safe amenity for young children and teenagers.”
The outdoor playground and kids pools with a splash pad and aquatic playground will be centrally located next to the new Kids Korner building, which will include a childcare area for younger children as well as a dedicated teen area with pool tables, video games, air hockey, and much more.
Other significant improvements include the addition of a lap pool, a zero entry resort-like swimming pool, and new poolside dining venue. The renovation will also feature an expanded workout facility and large high-end salon. Additionally, the golf practice area will receive improvements, including enhanced teaching facilities.
“Woodfield is a young, vibrant community, and it’s refreshing and encouraging to see that the members support a well-planned future for their club and are enthusiastic about re-investing in their community,” Molloy said.