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March 2017

Found 2 blog entries for March 2017.

Vallera at Village Traditions

On a drive down Palm Canyon Drive, one can't help but notice the network of construction fences, cranes, and the frantic heartbeat of jackhammers biting into concrete. The source of the commotion is that Palm Springs is redeveloping its Downtown. The new area is slated to include a mixture of luxury hotels, high-end lofts, and numerous retail and restaurant spaces.

However, not everyone has been excited to see the development underway. Some members of the community have raised concerns over whether or not the architectural style of these new buildings will stay true to the Modern charm that gives Palm Springs its character. Just off the intersection of South Calle El Segundo and Ramon Road, a mere block from the south end of the Downtown strip,

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Buying Mid-Century Modern Homes

Any Palm Springs real estate agent can tell you that this desert city is well known its mid-century modern homes. The building style was immensely popular and mid-century homes can be found across the city. The majority of these houses date back to the 1950s and 60s and many developments were designed by significant architects like David Wexler and William Cody. Despite the fact that some of these properties are more than a half a century old, these houses still have a great appeal on the market.

If you're considering buying a home in Palm Springs, here are a few reasons you should put mid-century modern homes at the top of your list.

Open-Concept Design

Open-concept living spaces aren't just popular amongst mid-century modern homes, they're

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