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Read the Ridgeway Golf Market Feasibility Report

Read the Ridgeway Golf Market Feasibility Report

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Published by TheJournalNews
White Plains commissioned study on the feasibility of purchasing Ridgeway Country Club in White Plains, NY.
White Plains commissioned study on the feasibility of purchasing Ridgeway Country Club in White Plains, NY.

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 GOLF MARKET FEASIBIITY REVIEW
 
OFTHE RIDGEWAY FACILITYAN 18-HOLE GOLF, POOL AND TENNIS FACILITY400 RIDGEWAYWHITE PLAINS, WESTCHESTER COUNTY, NYPREPARED FORTHE CITY OF WHITE PLAINSWHITE PLAINS, NYATTN: MS. SUSAN HABELCOMMISSIONER OF PLANNINGPREPARED BYGREENWICH GOLF GROUP765 POST ROADFAIRFIELD, CT 06824AS OFOCTOBER 22, 2010
 
 Greenwich Golf Group LLCOctober 22, 2010Ms. Susan Habel
Commissioner of Planning
City of White PlainsWhite Plains, New York Re: Ridgeway Facility400 RidgewayWhite Plains, Westchester County, NYDear Ms. Habel:At your request, we have prepared a golf market feasibility review for the purpose of determining if thesubject property is capable of supporting a municipal golf, pool and tennis facility on the site of theexisting Ridgeway Country Club, 400 Ridgeway, White Plains, Westchester County, New York.Assumptions were made that have the potential of affecting the findings of this report. They are:
 
Improvements are to be made to the physical plant of the property including construction of anew 250 car main parking lot and a 50 car Hathaway lot with asphalt curbs, site lighting andlimited planting, storm water catch basins, piping and detention structures for added imperviousparking lots and pool decks, new competitive/lap, activity/leisure and wading pools with concretedecking, fencing and grass/landscaped areas, relocation of the 11
th
hole of the golf course to thearea currently occupied by the driving range, and limited renov
ations to the existing men’s andwomen’s locker rooms, snack bar and the creation of a pool access control room
 
 
The City of White Plains has the capability and expertise to provide adequate and capablemanagement, supervision, financial controls and appropriate marketing support to successfullyoperate the Ridgeway property as a competitive municipal recreational facilityWe would like to thank you for retaining Greenwich Golf Group for this purpose and would like torecognize the assistance and effort provided by the City of White Plains in compiling the informationrequired to deliver this report.William MrazPresidentGreenwich Golf Group
 
 
Greenwich Golf Group Ridgeway FacilityPage 4
LIMITING CONDITIONS
Information identified as being furnished or prepared by others is believed to be reliable but noresponsibility for its accuracy is assumed. In the delivery of this report Greenwich Golf Group may notbe held responsible for the accuracy of data, financials or other information provided by the City of WhitePlains. Demographic and industry information was obtained from recognized national business and datasources including the National Golf Foundation, The U.S. Census Bureau, CB Richard Ellis (for theseller), Westchester County Department of Planning, The National Recreation and Park Association, TheSporting Goods Manufacturers Association and others for which Greenwich Golf Group shall not be heldresponsible for the accuracy of said data and information.Greenwich Golf Group assumes no responsibility for the matters of a legal nature affecting the propertyreviewed or the title thereto. It is assumed that all information known to the client and relative to thereport has been accurately furnished and that there are no undisclosed issues affecting the use of theproperty.Unless otherwise stated in this report, the existence of hazardous material, which may or may not bepresent on the property, was not observed by representatives of Greenwich Golf Group and GreenwichGolf Group is not qualified to detect such substances. The presence of substances such as asbestos,urea-formaldehyde foam insulation or other potentially hazardous materials may affect the ability of theproperty to meet projected uses and objectives. No responsibility is assumed for any such conditions, orfor any expertise or engineering knowledge required to discover them. This report specifically assumesthat the subject site and building are free of environmental contamination.It is assumed that the property is in full compliance with all applicable federal, state and localenvironmental regulations and laws unless the lack of compliance is stated, described, and considered inthe report. Additionally, it is assumed that the property conforms to all applicable zoning and useregulations and restrictions unless non-conformity has been identified, described, and considered in thereport.It is assumed that all required licenses, certificates of occupancy, consents and other legislative oradministrative authority from any local, state, or national government or private entity or organizationhave been or can be obtained or renewed for any use of the subject property on which this report is based.It is assumed that the use of the land and improvements is within the boundaries or property lines of theproperty described and that there is no an encroachment or trespass unless noted in the report
The Americans with Disability Act (“ADA”) became effective January 26, 1992.
Greenwich Golf Grouphas not made a specific compliance survey and analysis of this property to determine whether or not it isin conformity with the various detailed requirements of the ADA. It is possible that a compliance surveyof the property, together with a detailed analysis of the requirements of the ADA, could reveal that theproperty is not in compliance with one or more of the requirements of the Act. If so, this fact could havea negative effect upon the financial feasibility of the proposed operations.

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