Miralon, the sustainably designed “agrihood” emerging in Palm Springs, has announced the design of its first residences. The new neighborhood, Flair, by Woodbridge Pacific Group (WPG) received four sales upon the recent opening of its models. Flair’s architecture is inspired by Mid-Century Modern design, and approximately 450 visitors attended the homes’ design tour at Palm Springs’ 2020 Modernism Week.
Developer Freehold Communities is building Miralon, one of the largest new “agrihoods” in the U.S. The masterplan community is building 1,150 Modernist-inspired residences to harmonize with Palm Springs’ architectural heritage. A highlight of Miralon’s 309 acres is its transformation of a previously constructed 18-hole golf course into working olive groves, community gardens and walking trails.
“We’re delighted with buyer response to these contemporary, Mid Century-inspired designs, which offer simplicity, comfort and seamless indoor/outdoor connectivity,” said Woodbridge Pacific Group President Todd Cunningham. “We are equally delighted to see Flair contribute to the unique community fabric Freehold is creating at Miralon.”