Initial Plans for the New Downtown Casino in Cathedral City Revealed

Cathedral City GovernmentAs announced in 2017, the Agua Caliente Band of Cahuilla Indians plans to build a new gaming and entertainment development on nearly 13 acres in Downtown Cathedral City. The initial development plans have just been released for the property at the corner of Date Palm Drive and East Palm Canyon Drive (HWY 111). It includes a casino, restaurants/bars, retail and mixed-use space, and Tribal government offices.

The casino development is one of four anchors for making Downtown Cathedral City an entertainment destination for residents and visitors alike. Other anchors include the newly refurbished Mary Pickford Theatre that is currently building a new parking lot and will offer valet parking for its guests; a new 2.5-acre Downtown Amphitheater and Park adjacent to the City’s parking structure with construction slated to begin this spring; and finally, the Coachella Valley Repertory Theatre, to be named the Carol Channing Playhouse, is moving from Rancho Mirage to Cathedral City and taking over the Desert Cinema building. CVRep is the only theatre in the Coachella Valley that has Small Professional Theatre (SPT) status with Actors’ Equity.

Read more at the official Cathedral City Government website at:

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Cathedral City Demographics

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Visit the Cathedral City official government site for the latest in demographics for the area. Reliable Sources include: U.S. Census Bureau American Community Survey, 2016; Nielsen Co.; California Department of Finance E-5, May 2016; CoreLogic/DataQuick; California Department of Education; and SCAG

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Cathedral City Marketplace Aerial Video

In an effort to show the vast opportunities available at the Cathedral City Marketplace, we had drone footage created.  Enjoy this video and be sure to contact us with any questions you may have.

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How Palm Springs Went From Desert Getaway to Hipster Playground

Palm Springs Commercial Real EstateA desert town located at the base of the San Jacinto Mountains, synonymous with midcentury modern architecture, Palm Springs may have been the playground of the Hollywood elite and retirees, but of late it has become a hotspot for hipsters, telecommuters and members of the LGBTQI community, all looking to reside full-time in a more reasonably priced and slower-paced locale. Moreover, serious real estate investors see the area’s potential: earlier this year The Desert Sun reported that BlackRock had picked up 167 acres of land with a potential to build some 1,100 homes in the Palm Desert. The price wasn’t immediately available and attempts to reach BlackRock were unsuccessful.

Read the full article at the Commercial Observer.

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