Pegasus Springs Towers

Location – 1550 Amado Road and Sunrise Way, Palm Springs, California

Pegasus Springs Towers will be centrally located at Amado Road and Sunrise Way in Palm Springs, California. The development will consist of 36 homes. The average square feet of the units are 2,500 square feet plus lanais and patios. Each unit rests over their own parking garage that is located 10 feet below grade. Each garage has is own roll up doors and stairways leading directly into their living areas. Many of the garages are large enough to provide additional storage, game rooms, hobby areas or places for store boats or other large vehicles. The average garage size is 1,200 square feet. The garage doors are 8’-0” tall. Construction is anticipated to take a full year because the project is two stories over a subterranean garage or basement.

Pegasus Springs Towers is within walking distance to community shopping and restaurants and it is within walking distance to the downtown area of Palm Springs, Spa Casino and future site of the Hard Rock Café Hotel. The Architectural Style of the building is a single two story structure that is contemporary yet Classic Greek-Roman. The layouts of the living units follow the setback perimeters and look outwards towards the mountains and inwards towards a Central Common Garden. The roof area is designed for energy collection and for private and common area gardens. A running tract with eight exercise stations also doubles as a quick fire access loop for the fire department. To provide peace of mind and security these homes are provided by a 6’-0” tall perimeter masonry fence with and an entry gate off of Amado Road. The fencing along sunrise is surfaced with stone and brick veneer for color, texture and road appeal.

36-Fee Simple Town Homes for sale – 2 Master Bedroom layouts, 1 Casita, several with Studies, several with Retreats, 4 Baths and Full Laundry – between 2,100 to 2,600 square feet. Each Casita is supported with their own closet, full bath, and many with fireplaces. All 36 units have gas burning fireplaces located within their family rooms and many of the bedrooms are designed with fireplaces. All 36 units have private patios and balconies and are protected from the elements with full roofs or small “eyebrow” roofs. Within a long Central Garden Court are Common Pool, Hot Tub, Cold Tub, a Pavilion, and a Sun tanning shelf – with ADA access. The Pavilion in the center of the pool area features a bar area with stools located outside in the water for casual drinking while its guests remain cool in the water. The two pool halves are 36 feet long, long enough for casual swimming and cooling off. The hard surface areas around the pool and internal circulation will be covered with an applied “cool deck” material be feet friendly. Two 7 feet wide by 7 feet tall bronze Pegasus sculptures will be featured at each end of the Central Common Area.

Proposed at the Roof Level are 20 individual roof accesses all with private garden areas, Common Garden Areas, 4 Endless Lap Pools, a Running Track, and Solar Arrays for private power collection. Small wind turbines are proposed to be located within the towers. 16 units that do not have roof garden access have instead large lanais on their second floors off their bedrooms. Nearly every bedroom has small private balconies with large sliding doors for natural lighting and ventilation.

The basic building materials are brick, stone; smooth textured stucco and standing seam metal roofs, proposed as copper color with an aged green patina. The windows are a combination of fixed and awning and located to serve the occupant’s need for natural light, ventilation, and views as well as for appeal from the outside. All the ceilings within the units are 9 feet on the first floor and 10 feet high on the second floor plus even higher at the vaulted areas. The garage ceilings are 10 feet high providing for additional storage space. The Roof Garden includes several trees providing shade, fruit, color and texture that create internal views. They also provide a soft texture to the roofline of the project and add to a blending of the roof access towers. The Project’s perimeters including the public right-of-ways will also be landscaped with mature trees giving compliment to the building and its occupants. Britanny West is currently in negotiation to purchase this property.

Britanny West will be the architect and developer of this project. The Pegasus Springs Towers are currently in the planning and development stages. Further developments will be posted as they occur.