Municipal Golf Course Offers
Two contracts for the purchase of the Municipal Golf Course have been received. (Compson Boca Argent withdrew its offer to purchase the golf course on September 27, 2017.) Staff analysis for consideration has not yet been prepared. The Boca Raton City Council will consider the proposed contracts during a public hearing at the regular meeting scheduled for October 24, 2017 at 6pm in City Hall Council Chambers.
UPDATED August 25, 2017
Ordinance 5406 was introduced on August 22, 2017 specifying the terms and conditions of the golf course sale for the three final offers.
UPDATED May 3, 2017
Compson Boca Argent Revised Contract 05.01.17 (PDF)
Video of discussion of the sale of the western golf course at the March 28, 2017 City Council Meeting
Item 16 C, which was added to the agenda
UPDATED February 15, 2017 with additional supporting documents. See documents below.
Letters received prior to City Council meeting on February 14, 2017.
No action was taken at the workshop 1/23/17, as City Council will wait to receive more information from the Beach and Parks District before any decisions are madeMunicipal Golf Course Update - 01.18.2017 (PDF)
Boca Raton Municipal Golf Course
The City of Boca Raton owns and operates the Municipal Golf Course located at 8111 Golf Course Road, in unincorporated Palm Beach County, west of the City. The Boca Raton Municipal Golf Course includes an 18 hole championship course and a nine hole executive course situated on 194 acres.
After receiving multiple unsolicited offers and letters of intent to the purchase golf course, the City asked for highest and best offers to be submitted by Friday, October 21, 2016 at 5pm.
Pursuant to a determination by the Palm Beach County Commission on Ethics, the cone of silence is applicable to the City’s consideration of offers in connection with a potential sale of the City’s western golf course. The cone of silence commenced on the date of submittal of offers (October 21, 2016) and will continue in effect until the award of a contract (or the conclusion of this process, if a contract is not awarded). The cone of silence prohibits communications between City officials (the Mayor and City Council and City staff members) and parties that submit offers (and their representatives). The relevant cone exemptions are: (1) discussions during a public meeting; (2) “written correspondence” between parties submitting offers (and their representatives) and City officials; and (3) contract negotiations between a City employee and a potential purchaser (at such time as a potential purchaser is selected by the City Council and contract negotiations commence).
The City is currently reviewing proposals received.
Any questions should be communicated only in writing (e-mail is acceptable, send to: [email protected]).
Offers received in response to Sept. 29, 2016 Offer Requirements memo above.
- CalAtlantic Homes
- Compson Boca Argent, LLC
- G.L. Homes
- K Hovnanian Homes proposal (Video attachment)
- Pulte Group
- Ryan Homes
- Toll Brothers
- WCI Communities
City Council will consider the Offers at the City Council Workshop meeting on Monday, November 21, 2016. At regular City Council meeting on Tuesday, November 22, 2016, Council may make a selection based on determination in its sole discretion in the best interests of the City. City Council may elect to proceed, not to proceed, or take other action.