The completion of the first phase of the $8.9 million project approved by members of The Club at Mediterra has opened the door for the second round of improvements to begin this spring and summer.
The first phase of the expansion provided residents with additional outdoor seating options, a new fire pit at the popular Tavern, and a larger kitchen with advanced culinary equipment, such as a new Combi-Smoker that steams and roasts at the same time.
“The Tavern and Terrace have become the place to linger over drinks with friends, watch the big game on the flat-screen TVs, and gather around the fire,” said Max Passino, membership director for the exclusive new home community. “It’s packed every night. On an average weekend, we have 200 people there. They love the social atmosphere and the relaxed time to catch up with all their friends.”
The second phase of the expansion will add an indoor-outdoor dance floor and bandstand, expand the existing ballroom, create intimate multifunction rooms, and introduce even more outdoor terraces and gathering areas. The Grille Room will also be redesigned with new interiors for a more casual feel and a Chef's Table in front of the opening to the Display Kitchen, where you can see the flames from an open hearth. Existing fixed windows will be replaced with bi-folding doors leading out to a new terrace.
This two-phase improvement project received overwhelming approval from the Mediterra club members and is being funded through leveraged savings with no assessment to members or residents.