If the project comes to fruition, the former home of Seneca Lake Country Club will one day include a new golf course, winery, lodge, events center and up to 100 townhomes around the golf layout.
During an informal presentation Tuesday evening to the Geneva Town Board, Matt Newcomb — from Rochester-based engineering firm Passero Associates — went over the plan. The project is being called Seneca Turk Resort Winery.
Passero is working with Snell Road resident Greg Missick, who bought the property off Route 14 in 2016 from the Iannopollo family, which owned the golf course for many years. The course has been dormant since the fall of 2015.
The project would be done in three phases. The first phase, which was approved last fall, calls for a winery/tasting room on the south side of Turk Road and a clubhouse for the 9-hole golf course.
Those buildings and a parking area will be on a portion of the former golf course, which was an 18-hole layout.