Oakley Country Club Renovating Clubhouse, Pool With Financing from Local Bank

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Watertown officials break ground on the renovation project at Oakley Country Club. Town Manager Michael Driscoll, front left, and Town Council President Mark Sideris dig in with their shovels, as other VIPs look on, including Oakley Country Club, president John DeVito Sr. (second from left) and Keith Andre (second from right), Chief Lending Officer at Belmont Savings Bank.

Belmont Savings Bank has announced the ground breaking to renovate the clubhouse and pool for Oakley Country Club in Watertown, Massachusetts. Belmont Savings is the sole lender, providing a $10,400,000 loan.

The Oakley Country Club is a private 18-hole golf club, which was founded in 1898. The renovated space is slated to open in Spring 2019.

The main clubhouse is undergoing a complete renovation which will include a new pool complex, an expanded front entry, and outside decking to showcase the views of the Boston skyline.

“We greatly value our partnership with Belmont Savings and appreciate their commercial real estate team’s expertise and seamless execution,” said John DeVito Sr., President of Oakley Country Club. “We look forward to continuing to work with the Belmont Savings team in the future, as well as the completion of the renovated clubhouse and pool.”

“This deal highlights Belmont Savings Bank’s strong commitment to the Watertown community and to helping our clients reach their potential,” said Keith Andre, senior vice president, commercial real estate lending at Belmont Savings. “The Oakley Country Club is a historic Watertown locale as it is the original home of noted golf course architect Donald Ross. We are proud to support this renovation.”

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