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Source: Daily Herald 


The Indian Lakes Resort in Bloomingdale will close its golf course in order to save and improve the hotel on the property. 

First ILR, LLC, which owns the resort at 250 W. Schick Road, announced it will make the operational changes and invest about $4 million in the property over the next year. The company said in a statement its objective is to make the hotel viable for decades to come “by focusing on the Bloomingdale and local market, rather than compete for out-of-town conventions and meetings.” The existing 223-acre operation isn’t financially viable because of extensive operational costs and amenities needed to support a resort-style property, officials said. Having a suburban golf resort in a northern climate is a concept that has fallen out of favor in the industry, they said.”


Daily Herald, “Dramatic changes coming to Bloomingdales resort,” July 22, 2016