Respected Builder Courchene Development Corporation Building New Homes at Old Palm Golf Club

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Old Palm Golf Club in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida, broke sales records in the past two quarters. Now Courchene Development Corporation of Boca Raton will be building one model home and a spec home in the Golf Estates neighborhood within the private golf club community in Florida. The club boasts a Raymond Floyd golf course and the highest level of member services in the industry.

President of Old Palm Golf Club, Colin Wright; Paul Courchene; Director of Sales, Connie McGinnis

“We built four beautiful homes in the Custom Estates neighborhood of Old Palm Golf Club, so we are familiar with the country club community,” Courchene said. “I’ve always thought it was a beautiful golf club."

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Following a record fourth quarter in 2010, Old Palm Golf Club has experienced 12 property sales totaling more than $25 million in the first quarter of 2011. Recently, management officials confirmed that a highly respected name in the luxury homebuilding industry will be constructing homes in Old Palm Golf Club in Palm Beach Gardens. Courchene Development Corporation of Boca Raton will be building one model home and a spec home in the Golf Estates neighborhood within the private golf club community in Florida.

Paul Courchene, president of the family-owned company, said his company will be building newly designed homes in the Palm Beach style, ranging from 3,300 square foot to 5,500 square feet of living space.

“We built four beautiful homes in the Custom Estates neighborhood of Old Palm Golf Club, so we are familiar with the community,” Courchene said. “I’ve always thought it was a beautiful golf course community. When you drive through the gates, it feels like Florida.”

The company has built luxury homes in Palm Beach, Boca Raton, Delray Beach, and Hillsboro Beach, and has won awards for its homebuilding capabilities. Because many of the homes that Courchene Development has constructed in the area are exceptional custom-designed residences, Courchene said the company will bring this expertise and experience to the design and construction of the homes in the Golf Estates, which begin in the $1.25 million range.

“We want to incorporate the features of the larger homes into the Golf Estates homes, and are not afraid to do modifications to meet the homebuyers’ needs,” he said. “Our initial homes will be models from which we can customize at the direction of the homebuyer, that many larger companies aren't able to do.”

Courchene said there will be all new floor plans created for the Golf Estates neighborhood, with new elevations. The groundbreaking is planned for the summer with the first two homes completed before the end of the year. Old Palm Golf Club has three neighborhoods within its 650 acres that features a Clubhouse and an 18-hole signature golf course designed by Raymond Floyd. They include the Custom Estates, Grand Estates, where Hasey Construction is now completing two new model homes and the Golf Estates.

Old Palm Golf Club secured new owners in September of 2010. The community is now owned by Old Palm Holdings, L.P., which is affiliated with approximately $200 million in equity capital controlled by Clarion Development Ventures, one of the largest real estate investment managers in the country. With a maximum of 330 memberships available, Old Palm Golf Club offers a “no tee time” policy on the golf course; a Fitness Center with state-of-the-art equipment; a Club Pool; Clubhouse with three different dining experiences; spacious men’s and women’s locker rooms with lounge areas, complete with Spa; and a Golf Studio, where members may improve their game using both technology and a variety of golf practice areas.

For more information about Old Palm Golf Club, visit http://www.OldPalmGolfClub.

To request an interview please contact Mary Kay Willson at 561-252-6023 or email marykay(at)mkmarketinggroup(dot)com

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