Richard Neutra and other architects with substantial imprints in the Coachella Valley have provided footing for the desert lifestyle
What have Coachella Valley nonprofit organizations learned since the coronavirus pandemic hit in March? Remember who your audience is.
This remodeled 1958 midcentury modern home for sale sits in Rancho Mirage’s Thunderbird Heights that a late president called home.
The Coachella Valley real estate market is attractive for buyers still working, newcomers due to low-interest rates, and second-home owners.
Architect Sean Lockyer and his luxurious new homes push modernism and indoor-outdoor living to the next level.
Inquisitive shoppers at Rancho Relaxo are encouraged to meander and celebrate style, craftsmanship, and artistry.
This custom home behind the gates of Mirada Estates delivers breath-taking views and a design that makes indoor/outdoor living seamless.
Sunnyands will start offering three outdoor tours – historic, landscape, and bird walk – of the historic Annenberg estate in November.
The sights and sounds along the trails of the Santa Rosa and San Jacinto Mountains National Monument reward hikers with timely perspective.
This luxury condo at Desert Island Country Club has all the amenities you could ask for plus a view from above the rest of the Coachella Valley.