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Heron Bay Community Association Celebrates Transfer of Ownership

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HBCA Board President, Neil Vogel, cuts the ribbon, standing with Commissioner Bob Mayersohn, Mayor Christine Hunschofsky, Vice Mayor, Stacy Kagan, and fellow HBCA Board Members.
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PARKLAND, FL - The Heron Bay Board of Directors hosted a ribbon cutting ceremony Tuesday morning at The Commons Clubhouse and Tennis Facility, to officiate the transfer of the property ownership from North Springs Improvement District ("NSID") to the Heron Bay Community Association ("HBCA").

Since The Commons Clubhouse has been part of the Heron Bay Community in 1995, the property has been under NSID ownership since 1997, and was operated by several management companies along the way.

The transfer of ownership is a benefit to Heron Bay homeowners, by providing lower operating costs, coupled with added amenities for all residents. 

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Heron Bay Board of Directors President, Neil Vogel, approves of the transfer. He stated, "The acquisition of the Commons Clubhouse is an important milestone for the Heron Bay community and its 10,000 residents. It's another significant step on our journey as a premier community, and we look forward to continuing to provide high quality services for all members of the Heron Bay family."

In the community where over 3,000 homes face waterfront and golf course views, those who visit the Commons Clubhouse and Tennis Facility can also experience a resort-style pool and cabana with hot tub and fitness center. The Commons Clubhouse and Tennis Facility also includes a ballroom, conference room, ten hydro-grid clay tennis courts, and two full-time tennis professionals who offer Heron Bay residents one-on-one group tennis clinics.

The Commons Clubhouse and Tennis Facility is located at 6100 Heron Bay Boulevard in Coral Springs.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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