True Life likely to bid goodbye to Ahwatukee Thursday

With a foreclosure slated for Thursday, the defunct Ahwatukee Lakes Golf Course will return to Wilson Gee’s ownership. How long it will be in its current condition is anyone’s guess since Gee already is appealing a judge’s order to restore the site to a golf course. By Tom Sanfilippo / Inside Out Aerial / Ahwatukee Foothills News

 

The True Life Companies is headed for the exit door from Ahwatukee as former owner Wilson Gee prepares tomorrow, Sept. 20, to foreclose on his $8.6 million note the developer signed more than two years ago in its ill-fated quest to build an “agrihood” on the site of the defunct Ahwatukee Lakes Golf Course.

Unlike the last-minute move by the short-lived owner of the Club West Golf Course that stalled his foreclosure on a $1.3 million note by two weeks and has continued to leave uncertainty surrounding that course’s short-term future, Gee expects the Lakes trustee sale to proceed smoothly.

“Everything looks like a go,” Gee said. “I don’t expect any delays.”

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