Palm Springs, CA

Expected to open the 1st quarter of 2023, Living Out, one of Palm Springs newest projects is rising up from the ground and is already accepting reservations.

Living Out is being created for “active LGBTQ 55+ and their allies.” It is a resort style apartment community with a variety of amenities including an upscale full service restaurant and bar, state of the art fitness center, massage studio, private hair, manicure, and pedicure salon, screening room, and community game, card, and arts & craft room.

In addition, Living Out will feature a resort style pool & spa, dog park and pet amenities, bocce courts, real grass putting green, and a nine acre oasis with trees, plants, gardens, outdoor BBQ and dining areas, and walking trails.

Resort style amenities including a pool & spa will be included at Living Out

Floor plans range from 1 Bedroom / 1.5 Baths 1,098 square feet plus a patio to 2 Bedrooms / 2.5 Baths with 1831 Square Feet plus a Lanai.

Although the rental price points for Living Out apartments haven’t been listed officially, they are expected to be similar to other high end rental communities for seniors.

The LGBTQ population is roughly 50% of Palm Springs residents so demand is expected to be high.

According to the developer KOAR International, Living Out “will be Southern California’s first and only luxury, 55+ active adult community designed for and marketed to the LGBTQ community.” On their website they state, “Knowing that too many LGBTQ seniors live in unsafe or even openly hostile environments, we wanted to address this issue that is near and dear to us. We have done so by creating a safe and beautiful community that meets the unique needs of our seniors as we begin the next chapter of our lives.”

For more information on Living Out, click here.

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By Eric Gray