MetLife to Buy Georgia Golf Community

May 11, 2012

An agreement has been announced for the sale of posh golf community Reynolds Plantation in Greensboro, Georgia.

The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reported that New York-based insurance and financial services giant MetLife said its agreement includes six golf courses, four marinas, nearly 5,000 acres of undeveloped land and the Ritz-Carlton Lodge at Lake Oconee. The community is about 80 miles east of downtown Atlanta.

MetLife says Birmingham, Ala.-based Daniel Corp. will oversee Reynolds Plantation.

In February 2011, Linger Longer Development Co. Chairman and Reynolds Plantation developer Mercer Reynolds told members the company’s lenders were demanding repayment of debt and offered to sell the members the community’s public areas for $45 million.

The members declined and a bank-appointed receiver was hired last year to operate the clubs and market the community and undeveloped land.

 

 

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