NAMPA — Six industrial buildings and a 178-space RV park are in the works on the former Broadmore Golf Course in Nampa.

The 40-acre golf course was sold and closed in 2015, along with its corresponding golf club and restaurant, The View. It has been vacant ever since. Developer Jon Brennan of AgEquity said his company purchased a portion of the land in 2017.

The Broadmore Golf Club was founded as a private club in 1959. At one point the club had as many as 265 members, according to former board member Johnny Frank in a previous Idaho Press report.

AgEquity is building six industrial buildings on about 7 acres just south of the Maverik gas station along Northside Boulevard. Another 11.7 acres will be converted into an RV park on the south end of the old course.

Brennan said the six buildings will be divided among multiple companies, and used mostly for distribution and manufacturing work. He expects construction to last two to three years.

In the future, Brennan said he plans to build more industrial buildings on another 10 to 11 acres his company owns on the old course.

According to city documents, the RV park will include “amenities remaining from the Broadmore Golf Course that Nampa residents have enjoyed for years.” The park will have a clubhouse with a pool and sports courts. The Nampa Planning and Zoning Commission approved the conditional use permit for the project in June.

According to Planning and Zoning’s meeting minutes, a condition for the project is that construction must be completed within two years of the final site plan.

Erin Bamer is the Nampa/Caldwell reporter. Contact her at 208-465-8193, or ebamer@idahopress.com. Follow on Twitter @ErinBamer.

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