How the Rangers plan to move the NHL’s oldest and largest golf course to the city of San Jose
When the Rangers bought the NHL franchise in 1994, they bought the world’s oldest golf course.
Now, they’re moving the course to San Jose, a move that would make it the second oldest in the world.
The Rangers have spent the last three years renovating the course, including building new, state-of-the-art facilities.
The team has spent millions to build the San Jose Golf and Country Club, but a deal to buy the land from the city and build a new one will have to be negotiated by next month, when the Rangers begin the relocation process.
The Rangers are looking to relocate the golf course from their current location in the parking lot of the SAP Center to the new one in downtown San Jose.
The city and the NHL announced last year that they had reached a deal that would give the Rangers $10.3 million for a 30-acre site in the San Carlos neighborhood.
The team plans to pay $15.8 million to take over the property and build the new facility.
The city, which owns the golf courses, is responsible for paying for the project.
The agreement is expected to close by the end of the month.
San Jose Mayor Sam Liccardo, who represents the area, said he was pleased with the agreement.
He called the agreement an important milestone in the city’s long-term efforts to revitalize the downtown area.
“It’s a very important milestone for our city and our region, and it’s a good deal for the city,” Liccardosaid.
“It means we can have an economic engine that can attract the investment that’s needed to make this area the next major city in the United States of America.”
San Jose has been struggling with an unemployment rate that is nearly twice the national average.
The move to the downtown would create more than 10,000 jobs.
The arena is scheduled to open in 2021 and the team plans on adding another 25,000 seats to the arena.