From News 4 & Fox 11
SPARKS, Nev. — The group that’s in the process of buying the former D’Andrea Golf Course says its development plans, which include a nine-hole course, can move forward.
D’Andrea Rising, a private group, said in a statement that the D’Andrea Community Association board of directors voted unanimously to accommodate the development.
The redevelopment plans include the golf course, which will be built on the front nine of the former course, a three-to-four-hole practice facility, an events center with a restaurant and bar, and a new single-family home development surrounding the 8th and 9th holes.
“We are extremely excited about starting Phase I of our D’Andrea re-development project and very much appreciate the Board’s support, as well as all their efforts in working with us on this important project for the D’Andrea community”, Steve Trollope, the managing partner of D’Andrea Rising, said in a statement.
No projected date of completion was provided. The project still needs approval from the Sparks City Council.
Anyone interested in the project concept is asked to visit Dandrea-Rising.com to learn more.
The Reno Gazette Journal had a longer article “D’Andrea golf course plans set in motion” in (05/28/17) Sunday’s paper but it couldn’t be accessed on the rgj.com website without an account. It was also not on the Dandrea-Rising website.
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