Almost a century ago, Desert Hot Springs pioneer Cabot Yerxa studied art in France and documented the time in his journal.
That aaaaaaah sensation of hot mineral springs made Palm Springs a feel-good destination, and a local tribe is doubling down on that promise with a new spa.
In 2002, David Webb left Michigan for California — in part, to live in a state that had legalized the medicinal use of cannabis. Three years ago, when the pain and tingling of his neuropathy had subsided, he stopped smoking marijuana. Now he’s in the right state for business reasons. Under the company name Pot Rocks, Webb and a partner
Previously, we visited the model home at Vista Palms, a community of 95 single-family midcentury-inspired homes being built in Desert Hot Springs. See post: Model Home Brings Alive Midcentury Design at Vista Palms The development will feature three floor plans, each with three bedrooms, dubbed The Cosmo (1,918 square feet), The Manhattan (2,054 square feet), and The Martini (2,108 square
Coachella Valley’s housing market presents a complex tapestry threaded with often unpredictable conditions and a richly mottled inventory reflective of nine cities with nine singular temperaments. Woven into this delicate fabric are key qualities specific to valley real estate — distinctive architectural styles, diverse lifestyles, comparative affordability, and a global reputation as a resort destination — that provide resilience and