That is Gary Underwood the former co-owner of Red Arrow Products and one of three developers who are working to transform the former Elks Club golf course property into a mixed-use development. Underwood said the site had originally been purchased by Red Arrow with the intention of building a Headquarters there.  That didn’t happen so he, along with Peter & Alex Allie, formed a partnership for the approximately 50-acre site known as Bay Pointe Development.  He tells Seehafer News they had been working with Angelus Retirement Properties for an Assisted Living Structure for 2-years…


Underwood says the roundabout expected to be constructed in 2019 “is necessary to put a new road through there and further develop the property.


As Underwood says with respect to the property, “we have to listen to what people want.”

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He believes the first condominium development along with the assisted living facility, should be underway by later this year.  Underwood said they plan to develop about 35-acres of the former golf course and acreage north of Johnston Drive.


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