City Profiles

  • Bermuda Dunes

    Bermuda Dunes

    Bermuda Dunes is situated between Palm Desert & La Quinta, close to I-10. The city’s name originated from the Bermuda Dunes country club, a golf course community first opened in 1962 and the former site of the Bob Hope Chrysler Classic. There are about 10 other communities made up of condos, single family homes & equestrian estates all within the 5-mile radius. The city includes Bermuda Dunes Airport & …

  • Cathedral City

    Cathedral City

    Many desert dwellers gravitate to Cathedral City for its assortment of independent shops and restaurants. The city’s other attractions include the IMAX Theatre, Mark Pickford Theatre and Big League Dreams Sports Park – where the playing fields resemble scaled-down famous ballparks such as Boston’s Fenway Park, New York’s Yankee Stadium and Chicago’s Wrigley Field.

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  • Indian Wells

    Indian Wells

    Home to an inordinately high percentage of our nation’s most well-off retirees, Indian Wells is akin to a private club.

    With a property owner I.D. card, residents enjoy an array of perks from discounts at Indian Wells Golf Resort, hotels, spas and restaurants to special invitations to parties at the BNP Paribas Open, The Living Desert Zoo and Botanical …

  • Indio


    If we’re in Indio, it must be “Coachella.” While it’s undeniable that the inaugural Coachella Valley Music & Arts Festival put Indio “on the map” in 1999, there’s so much more to do and see than listen to the hottest bands under the sun in this city that bills itself simply as “the place to be.”

  • La Quinta

    La Quinta

    Almost surrounded by the Santa Rosa Mountains, La Quinta serves as the backdrop for such world-class events as the Humana Challenge (formerly Bob Hope Classic) at SilverRock Resort’s Arnold Palmer Classic Course, Concours d’Elegance and La Quinta Arts Festival.

    The city’s fairy tale started in the 1920’s with the creation of …

  • Palm Desert

    Palm Desert

    While living in or visiting the Coachella Valley, it’s nearly impossible to miss Palm Desert, the Geographical center of the nine desert communities. With unobstructed mountain views, 350 days of sun a year and an environment that encourages an active lifestyle, the city is a magnet for retirees, families and snowbirds alike.

    Consumers enjoy…

  • Palm Spring

    Palm Spring

    More than 300 years before Palm Springs became a hideaway for celebrities, the area was the home to the Cahuilla Indians. Their presence is still felt, especially when visiting downtown’s Spa Resort Casino or hiking in the canyons they once called home.

    As early as Hollywood prospered, Palm Springs grew into a destination with a worldwide reputation for first-class…

  • Rancho Mirage

    Rancho Mirage

    With 80 percent of the homes located in gated enclaves, Rancho Mirage is among the most affluent and well-managed communities in the desert.

    The city boasts a fine roster of celebs, families and vacationers. Many flock to Restaurant Row and The River to shop, drink, dine and enjoy new films. Game lovers love Agua Caliente Casino | Resort | Spa for 24-hour entertainment. The literati enjoy the ar…