A new 52 single-family home development will post for sale signs in spring 2014 following an agreement between The Agua Caliente Band of Cahuilla Indians with The Rilington Group to build on Tribal trust land in downtown Palm Springs.
Construction will begin this fall on the housing community, known as Vallera Palm Springs, and will sit at the intersection of Ramon Road and Calle El Segundo.
The community will consist of detached, two-story homes ranging from 1,650 square feet to 2,040 square feet.
Designs will include three floor plans – each with three bedrooms (two downstairs and a secondary master suite upstairs), three bathrooms and a two-car garage. The home facades will have gabled dormers, balconies, covered ground floor patios and chimneys.
Every home will have a standard pool with available upgrades and an interior courtyard. The houses will be energy-efficient with solar and renewable energy options and Energy Star appliances.
Vallera Palm Springs will be the final phase of Village Traditions, a housing development located within the boundaries of Section 14 of the reservation. The neighborhood already includes 24 condo-style residential units and a recreation center.