Shuttered DFW country club to get new life after 149-acre property is purchased

Northern said East Fort Worth has been traditionally neglected by developers, but that he views this development as a good opportunity to create change.

A closed country club in East Fort Worth remembered by local business owners and officials as an area jewel might see new life after a real estate group bought the golf course and surrounding land in a foreclosure auction.

Will Northern, a former Fort Worth zoning commission chair, manages the limited partnership that purchased the 149-acre golf course and clubhouse formerly known as Woodhaven Country Club. The group, Woodhaven, Concerto No. 1, LP, also bought 14 acres of commercial land across three parcels during a May 7 foreclosure auction.

Tarrant County documents show Woodhaven Country Club LLC defaulted on a $12 million loan. Northern said his group bought the notes — meaning it assumed the debt — and then pursued foreclosure.

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Source: WFAA


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