|Born||June 5, 1961|
Moorestown Township, New Jersey
President of CBD Real Estate Investment, LLC
💵 Salary :
|👩 Spouse(s)||Ruth Boulden|
|🌐 Website||CBD Real Estate Investment, LLC|
David Waronker (born June 5, 1961) is and American real estate developer and owner of minor league professional ice hockey teams.
Waronker, a Philadelphia Flyers fan, played schoolboy hockey and coached his children's hockey teams.
Waronker is President of CBD Real Estate Investment, L.L.C., a firm he founded in the late 1980s as a developer of residential real estate in New Jersey.CBD and Waronker have been plaintiffs against New Jersey communities, including Cinnaminson Township, Edgewater Park, Harrison Township and Mount Laurel Township. According to the Philadelphia Inquirer, at the turn of the century Waronker left New Jersey because of what he described as endless struggles over permits, environmental impact, and planning boards. Waronker's firm and opened a new office in Celebration, Florida, but continued work on the 30 suburban subdivisions and other real estate developments it owned in New Jersey. Since the early 2000s, he has been developing subdivisions and apartment complexes in Florida.
In 1999 Waronker formed USALandsale.com, which sold properties at auction.
Waronker has invested in the ownership of minor league ice hockey teams, and was the lead investor and owner of the Florida Seals, Macon Trax, Jacksonville Barracudas, Miami Manatees, and Asheville Aces.
Waronker also was the founder of the World Hockey Association 2, which eventually merged several of its teams with the defunct SEHL to form the Southern Professional Hockey League (SPHL).
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David Waronker, president of Mount Laurel-based CBD Development Inc., which has sued Edgewater Park, Cinnaminson, ...
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- "Leagues continue power struggle". The Fayetteville Observer. April 23, 2003. Retrieved 2008-09-21.
- "If Waronker can Clean up Finances, Macon may Have Hockey". The Macon Telegraph. May 18, 2003. Retrieved 2008-09-21.
- "New minor league hockey team to move into Miami Arena". Miami Today. February 27, 2003. Retrieved 2008-09-21.
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