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‘View’ Factor

The Agua Caliente Band of Cahuilla Indians' latest real estate development, VUE Palm Springs, offers close proximity to downtown Palm Springs.

June Allan Corrigan Current Digital, Home & Design, Real Estate

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VUE Palm Springs will feature 46 detached single-family homes mere minutes from downtown.

Rising to meet the demand for modern and sophisticated housing, the Agua Caliente Band of Cahuilla Indians has partnered with GHA Companies for the development of 46 detached single-family courtyard homes on eight acres of Tribal trust land in the heart of Palm Springs.

Situated on the corner of Tahquitz Canyon Way and Hermosa Drive, VUE Palm Springs is only minutes from both downtown and the Palm Springs International Airport. “For those familiar with what GHA did at VIBE Palm Springs, or people who loved it but felt like they missed out, here’s another wonderful opportunity,” says Joe Gallitto, sales manager at VUE Palm Springs.

As a seasoned valley builder, GHA Companies’ tagline has long been “Redefining what the Desert calls standard.” The 30-plus-year tradition continues at VUE Palm Springs, where homebuyers can expect to find luxurious features and finishes that would be considered upgrades elsewhere. Amenities such as private swimming pools, glass garage doors, waterfall edge quartz countertops, large format tile, smooth interior/exterior wall finishes, and more are simply standard.

The homes also come equipped with all the smart technology today’s consumers demand—advances such as the latest in structured Cat6 Cable, audio, and video doorbells—and since it has always been GHA’s practice to exceed California’s Title 24 building energy efficiency standards, buyers can expect the latest in LED lighting and solar power options to be included in their dwelling’s base price.
Each dwelling feels like its very own modern oasis, with high-end finishes, such as glass garage doors, and open floor plans that capitalize on the desert’s indoor/outdoor lifestyle.

Open floor plans ranging from just under 1,900 square feet to almost 2,700 square feet offer light and bright living spaces that still manage to maintain a cozy feel. Plus, each two-to-four-bedroom dwelling features a den or potential office space that, in some instances, exists in the form of a loft or detached casita. Plentiful multi-slide glass doors help create the seamless indoor/outdoor lifestyle for which the desert is known and capitalize on magnificent views of the surrounding San Jacinto and Santa Rosa mountains.

“At the same time, these homes are designed to provide complete privacy,” Gallitto says. “Not a single neighboring window overlooks your own backyard.” It’s like your very own live, work, and play paradise.

This article appears in the Spring/Summer 2022 edition of Me Yah Whae, a publication of the Agua Caliente Band of Cahuilla Indians. To view the digital edition, click HERE.