It’s legendary. From iconic Mid-Century-Modern architecture that draws tens of thousand annually, to deep Hollywood roots and an ever-growing kaleidoscope of fashionable restaurants, nightclubs and top-tier shops, Palm Springs is the place to be in the Coachella Valley.
Dramatic mountains provide the city with a permanent and gorgeous backdrop, lending natural beauty to a day on the fairways, a night on the town or simply relaxing poolside at one of Palm Springs’ historical and on-trend resorts.
As many are discovering, Palm Springs isn’t just for vacations anymore. While plenty call the city their second home, more and more are making it their permanent, full-time residence. And with a remarkable array of residential offerings, including custom estates, charming cottages, sprawling ranch houses and stylish townhomes, people from all backgrounds can easily find a home that is ideally suited to their lifestyle.
While Palm and Indian Canyon Drives are where the big city-style action is at, Palm Springs, which hosts about 45,000 residents, is also renowned for its friendly, small-town vibe. Homeowners and visitors alike take full advantage of the weather, hiking along picturesque trails in the local canyons and mountains, riding bikes on miles of meandering pathways, and strolling through neighborhoods that offer their own unique ambiance.
Heading into Palm Springs from Los Angeles, Palm Springs is the first of nine cities that make up the greater Coachella Valley. It’s home to an international airport, and is a popular destination for the well-heeled, sun-seekers and visitors from all over the globe.