Downtown Palm Springs to get 175 feet tall hotel tower

Published on : Friday, January 13, 2017

Downtown Palm SpringsDowntown Palm Springs is about to witness the construction of a new hotel tower inside the complex owned by Agua Caliente Band of Cahuilla Indians. The site of almost 18 acres can be found in the west of the Spa Resort Casino, which will be converted into an entertainment complex. The entire project is the brainchild of San Diego’s JCJ Architecture.



The new hotel will be built on up to 510,000-square-feet of area and it will have 350 rooms and the height of the hotel will be about 175 feet, almost 15 stories. According to the authorities, the entrance of the hotel will be places near the Indian Canyon Drive.



The tribe has disclosed that the complex will include almost 60,000 square feet of meeting area and around 50,000 square feet of retail space. According to the sources, the complex will have around 650 parking places and the guests will be able to relax inside the spa, built on 40,000-square-foot area.



Kate Anderson, the spokeswoman for the tribe has stated that the environment impact report assumes build out of the project site by 2026.



According to the plan, most of the buildings inside the site will have height of less than 100 feet but in the centre of the site, there will be a Height Overlay Zone.

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One Response to Downtown Palm Springs to get 175 feet tall hotel tower

  1. Joy Meredith says:

    Here’s the press release:
    Draft Tribal Environmental Impact Report
    for master plan ready for review

    PALM SPRINGS – The Agua Caliente Band of Cahuilla Indians has completed a Draft Tribal Environmental Impact Report addressing the potential environmental effect of the proposed Vision Agua Caliente Master Plan for an area in downtown Palm Springs.
    The Tribe will accept written comment on the draft TEIR until March 13, 2017. The Draft TEIR is available on the Tribe’s website at

    The Tribe will also accept comments on the contents of the Draft TEIR at a meeting planned for 4 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 7, 2017 at the Palm Springs Convention Center, Mesquite Room H, located at 277 N. Avenida Caballeros in Palm Springs.

    The Vision Agua Caliente Master Plan focuses on a project site that includes about 18 acres of Tribal Trust land located within the Section 14 Specific Plan area in downtown Palm Springs. The project included in the Vision Agua Caliente Master Plan is bounded by Amado Road, Calle El Segundo, Tahquitz Canyon Way and Indian Canyon Drive.

    The project site contains the existing Spa Resort Casino, located north of Andreas Road between Calle El Segundo and Calle Encilia, surface parking lots, vacant land, and property that is currenlty home to a U.S. Post Office on the southwest corner of Amado Road and Calle Encilia.

    The Vision Agua Caliente Master Plan would allow the expansion of the Spa Resort Casino by up to 68,000 square feet and the development and replacement of up to 350 hotel rooms within 510,000 square feet of hotel space. The Master Plan also includes up to 60,000 square feet of meeting space, 50,000 square feet of mixed use/cultural/retail space, a 40,000 square foot spa/fitness center, and approximately 650 parking spaces. The Master Plan includes a Building Height Overlay Zone where a maximum building height of 175 feet will be allowed.

    The Draft TEIR concludes air quality, land use and planning, population and housing, public services (fire services and law enforcement), operation noise, and utilities and service systems (solid waste and energy) impacts would be less than significant, and that potentially significant aesthetic, cultural resources, water resources, construction noise, transportation and traffic, and utilities and service system (water supply, wastewater, and drainage) impacts can be mitigated to less than significant by implementing the mitigation measures identified in the Draft TEIR. No significant effects on the environment were identified.

    The Tribe is soliciting comments from affected public agencies and other interested parties on the content of the Draft TEIR. The Draft TEIR is in compliance with the Tribal Environmental Policy Act (Agua Caliente Band of Cahuilla Indians Ordinance No. 28) and Section 11.1 of the Tribal-State Compact between the State of California and the Agua Caliente Band of Cahuilla Indians.

    Comments on the plan will be accepted in writing until March 13, 2017 and should be sent to:
    Margaret E. Park, AICP
    Director of Planning and Natural Resources
    Agua Caliente Band of Cahuilla Indians
    5401 Dinah Shore Drive Fax: 760-699-6822
    Palm Springs, CA 92264 Email:

    The Agua Caliente Band of Cahuilla Indians is a federally recognized Indian Tribe located in Palm Springs, California, with 32,000 acres of reservation lands that spread across Palm Springs, Cathedral City, Rancho Mirage and into the Santa Rosa and San Jacinto mountains. For more information about the Tribe, visit:


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