Palm Springs, CA

The 2.4 acre empty plot of land at 575 N Palm Canyon Drive which recently housed the Vintage Trailer Show as part of Modernism Week, is set to receive a major makeover. That is if the Los Angeles based developer Rios comes through and completes the project after being unanimously approved by the Palm Springs city council last night. The timeline proposed was 24 months.

The development named, the Palm Canyon Enclave, will be a mix use casual luxury condominium project with 24 units and 5,411 square feet of commercial space. Rios describes the project as “an immersive development where residents are aligned with nature and modern luxury living in one turnkey, personalized experience.”

575 N Palm Canyon is currently flanked by Copley’s on Palm Canyon to the North and W Chino Drive to the south. It sits across Palm Canyon Drive from the Desert Arts Center. And while retail will be open to the public, the residential part of the development will be gated with an entrance on Belardo Road.

(Rios – Proposed Site Plan)

(Rendering of Community Pool)

The condominium part of the development will comprise of several amenities including a community pool, spa, fire table, and outdoor kitchen.

Rios is no stranger to Palm Springs having designed the Downtown Park, a 1.5-acre public open space which offers an oasis for those near the Palm Springs Art Museum.

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ByEric Gray

Eric Gray is Editor-in-chief for the Palm Springs Tribune. He covers everything from real estate, restaurant, and entertainment, to public safety, airport, and local development. He moved to Palm Springs in 2020 as part of the mass migration out of the cities. He has a Bachelor's degree from Towson University. Follow Eric on Twitter @ericgrayps