Woodcrest Country Club
First Montgomery Group is seeking to join up with the Fair Share Housing Center in pursuit of a court order to allow for 844 homes at the club, but township officials say “no way.”
First Montgomery Group is seeking to join the Fair Share Housing Center in pursuit of a court order to allow it to build 844 homes on the grounds the club.
The Fair Share Housing Center is challenging a state decision to exclude the club from Cherry Hill’s sewer plan.
Announced plans to keep the Woodcrest Country Club in Cherry Hill as a golf course are being challenged by a group that fights for affordable housing in New Jersey.
A web site that quietly went up this week may have some answers.
Cherry Hill Land Associates won the property for $10.1 million. They were among four major bidders that attended the private auction in Center City on Monday morning.
Woodcrest Country Club once admitted members only, but it could become public land. Camden County plans to bid on the property in a bankruptcy auction on May 20th.
Mayor Chuck Cahn (at lectern) has reached out to county and state officials, asking to use “open space” conservation money to make a competitive bid for the bankrupt Woodcrest Country Club.
Former members of Woodcrest Country Club visited the club one last time Saturday to clean out their lockers before the doors close for good.
Prominent real estate developer Bruce Toll may be interested in bidding on the bankrupt Woodcrest Country Club in Cherry Hill.
From time to time on the golf blog this year we’ll a VIDEO Rewind of the course tours I shot last year. Today, we’ll visit the private Woodcrest Country Club in Cherry Hill, NJ. The […]