The defunct Racquet Club has reached a break point. The Palm Springs Historic Site Preservation Board last month voted to make the 10-acre property, shuttered since 2003 and credited with putting the city on the map as a glamorous getaway for Hollywood types, a Class 1 historic site.
Secondly, why did the racquet club close?
High-end, mixed-use project likely for the prime real estate, experts say. The Racquet Club of Memphis will close in the spring as the owners pursue another use besides tennis for the 12 acres in the heart of East Memphis’ bustling Poplar Corridor.
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Where is the racket club?
Racquet Club of Palm Springs
|Julie Copeland,Tennis Hostess
|2743 N. Indian Canyon Drive Palm Springs, California
The Racquet Club of Memphis has changed hands again, but this time those hands are all local. A local ownership group headed by Steve Valentine, general manager of the Racquet Club and Dabney Collier, has acquired full ownership of the club from Sharks Sports & Entertainment.