We can’t get enough of this Forbes article highlighting the agrihood intrigue of Miralon and more importantly the most recent sales success during Palm Springs Modernism Week.
Here are a few of our favorite excerpts:
In the case of Miralon, the masterplan community includes 1,150 new residences that balance Mid-Century Modern-inspired style with “sustainable design that looks to the future of the Coachella Valley,” according to Freehold California Division President Brad Shuckhart.
One standout feature of the Miralon agrihood is the 309 acres that have been transformed from an 18-hole golf course into working olive and citrus groves, community gardens, and walking trails. Shuckhart notes that “as a leader in agrihoods” the vision for Freehold Communities is to create “vital communities that inspire healthful social interaction.”
Miralon’s, Flair by Woodbridge Pacific Group (WPG), received immediate sales of four Mid-Century Modern-inspired homes upon the recent opening of its models during Palm Springs Modernism Week (February 13-23, 2020). “We’re delighted with buyer response to these contemporary, Mid-Century-inspired designs, which offer simplicity, comfort and seamless indoor/outdoor connectivity,” states Woodbridge Pacific Group President Todd Cunningham. “We are equally delighted to see Flair contribute to the unique community fabric Freehold is creating at Miralon.”