Redevelopment of Tamarac golf course may include townhouses

PulteGroup bought 44 acres at the Woodmont Country Club to build 152 houses, and 60 townhouses may go up another 6 acres instead of commercial space

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May.May 19, 2018 03:30 PM

Woodmont Country Club (Credit: YouTube)

Construction of houses at a country club property in Tamarac is set to start next month, and now the owner of the property wants to build 60 townhouses there, too.

Homebuilder PulteGroup bought 44 acres of the closed golf course at the Woodmont Country Club in Tamarac for the construction of 152 houses.

Mark Schmidt, owner of the Woodmont Country Club, also had planned to develop 28,000 square feet of commercial space on six acres of the closed golf course.

But commercial real estate developers showed little interest, so Schmidt now wants the city’s permission to build 60 townhouses on the six-acre site instead.

The townhouse project at the southeastern corner of Pine Island Road and Southgate Boulevard would be called Brookstone at Woodmont. [Sun-Sentinel] – Mike Seemuth


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