Hospital buys golf course with hopes to build on it

A Toledo-based health system acquired the Centerview Golf Course in Adrian, Mich. and will likley redevelop the course in the future. 

ProMedica, which has two hospitals in the region, said it has no current plans to build on the 130-acre property. But the acquisition was designed to give the company growth space.

“By proactively securing this 130-acre property, ProMedica will be in excellent position to meet the future health needs of our communities in southeast Michigan,” said Tim Jakacki, president of the company.

ProMedica is in the first phase of identifying how it can best meet the health needs of the local community. It will finalize operations plans for the golf course soon.

The course was previously owned by Robert Holbrook, who dies in January 2010. He had forfeited the course to the Lenawee County Treasurer’s office in March 2009, after several foreclosure actions with First Federal Bank of Defiance, Ohio. 

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