Residential collections by homebuilders Lennar and PLC Communities are coming soon to the popular, sustainably designed “agrihood” in Palm Springs

January 24, 2024– Palm Springs, CaliforniaFreehold Communities, one of the nations’ most vibrant and forward-looking developers of residential communities, today announced three new collections in the next phase of homes at Miralon, the popular, sustainably designed “agrihood” community in Palm Springs.

The new phase will feature homes by two acclaimed builders: Lennar and PLC Communities. Both builders bring a wealth of local experience in the Coachella Valley. PLC Communities previously built and sold out its Aura neighborhood at Miralon, while Lennar will make its debut in the community.

New Models from Lennar and PLC Communities

In these upcoming phases, Miralon will offer new single-family homes on 50’ and 60’ lots as well as “duet” residences. Lennar and PLC Communities anticipate unveiling new models for sale in late 2024 / early 2025.

The announcement comes as most of the previously released residential collections at Miralon are sold out, leading to pent-up demand for additional new Palm Springs home opportunities from top home builders Lennar and PLC Communities. Buyers are drawn to both the eco-modern architecture and extensive amenities found within Miralon. These include the stylish Miralon Club and the community’s “agrihood” network of walking trails, U-Pick gardens and working olive groves set among 79 acres of a former golf course, sustainably transformed into open space.

Modern Desert Living at Miralon in Palm Springs

Currently, Gallery at Miralon is selling the last of their 50 stunning Desert Modern residences situated on large lots with incredible mountain views. Their collection of new construction homes offers four unique floorplans (some with detached casitas), with up to 3,215 square feet, up to 3 bedrooms, 3.5 baths and 2-car garages. Each home includes solar, a private courtyard entry with private pool and spacious indoor-outdoor living.

“These upcoming neighborhoods will add even more diversity to the eclectic mix of homes at Miralon,” said Brad Shuckhart, Freehold Communities California Division President. “They also offer further proof of the popularity of Miralon’s sustainable, resort-style living with modern amenities. Lennar is one of the largest and most respected homebuilders in the nation and we are thrilled to welcome its team to Miralon. We are also pleased to continue our partnership with PLC Communities, a company committed to architectural excellence and craftsmanship, factors also driving Miralon’s success. It is an exciting year ahead at this one-of-a-kind community.”

Freehold Communities® is the developer of Miralon, one of the largest new “agrihoods” in the U.S. The masterplan will include 1,150 Modernist-inspired residences to harmonize with Palm Springs’ architectural heritage. A highlight of Miralon’s 309 acres is its conversion of a previously constructed 18-hole golf course into working olive groves, U-pick gardens and walking trails. These amenities, along with the Miralon Club, fulfill Freehold’s Vital Communities® approach toward healthy living and social engagement.

About Freehold Communities

Freehold Communities, headquartered in Boston, MA, is currently developing mixed-use and master-planned communities in Texas, Tennessee, South Carolina, Georgia, Florida, California, and Virginia. Freehold creates Vital Communities® that embrace healthy living, engagement, connectivity, stewardship, and distinctive home design. As it evaluates opportunities, the company focuses on the right planning, the right properties, and the right partners. Beginning with comprehensive research to gain insight into the unique needs, trends, and preferences in the local market, Freehold carefully considers each property to determine how to best maintain its beauty and character to create a Vital Community by partnering with quality, creative builders who share Freehold’s philosophy of offering niche solutions and unique, timeless designs. To learn more, visit Freehold