Turnberry Place Luxury Condos in Las Vegas
That type of quick offer leads to the possibility that the group could simply “flip” the property for a swift and healthy profit. However, Jason Abrams, the Las Vegas real-estate agent who brokered the sale of the Club in November, says the owners are still interviewing potential operating companies and reviewing proposals to reopen the club, even in scaled-back form, as soon as possible. The company has been paying salaries to on-site engineers, fees, electric bills … and none of that outgoing money is being offset by dues-paying members or activity in the club.
What does seem certain is the club will not be in a partnership with the Turnberry Place Master Homeowners’ Association, as discussions centering on how to enforce a membership-dues program with residents have stalled. Whenever and however the Stirling Club (which is still in great shape, overall) does reopen, prospective club-members will deal directly with club officials, not the HOA.