NAPLES — Collier's Reserve Country Club plans to spend $13.8 million to renovate its clubhouse and build a new boathouse.
The club selected DeAngelis Diamond Construction, Humphrey Rosal Architects and Noller Design Group for the project. When completed in 2018, it will include a completely renovated clubhouse and a new boathouse along the Cocohatchee River offering informal and alfresco dining.
The 450-acre club is part of a community of 224 single-family homes nestled along the banks of the Cocohatchee River in North Naples. Membership is restricted to just 300 resident and non-resident memberships.
Groundbreaking is scheduled for April 1 for the first phase of the three-year project, which will include a new fitness and activities center, two pickleball courts and an auxiliary entrance with parking for golf carts, cars and bicycles. Three new tennis courts will also be added for a total of five.
The initial phase also includes renovations to the golf operations building, which will convert the existing fitness center to a multi-purpose activity room, expand the women's locker room lounge area and refurbish the member's locker rooms.