Inside the 44 units, marble, oak, and brass finishes reinforce the nod to tradition, while natural light pouring in through oversized windows keeps the space feeling light and fresh. Layouts range from one to four bedrooms, along with two townhouses and a four-bedroom penthouse with a private rooftop terrace.
Amenities include a fitness center, pet spa, library, children’s playroom, and multiple private outdoor spaces. When completed later this year, the 75,000-square-foot tower will also feature 5,000 square feet of retail space on the ground floor.
Sales are being handled by Ariel Tirosh for Douglas Elliman, with prices ranging from $1.5 million for a one bedroom to $4.9 million for a four bedroom.
On the Market
A Palm Springs Classic, Now for Sale
The Morse Residence, a quintessential example of Palm Springs midcentury modern, is on the market for $4.5 million.
Built in 1961, 1197 Abrigo Road in Vista Las Palmas was originally designed by architects Dan Palmer and William Krisel. But owners Claire and Teddy Morse brought in Hollywood favorite Harold Levitt, who created homes for Dean Martin, Quincy Jones, and Debbie Reynolds, to give the partially completed property a design overhaul.
The white terrazzo walkway leads into an impressive gallery, past a white leather-lined tufted powder room, with vintage terrazzo continuing throughout—including on floors, countertops, backsplashes, and showers.
With more than 3,700 square feet of living space, the three-bedroom home was built for indoor-outdoor entertaining, with a sunken living room opening out to a swim-up bar and patio with uninterrupted mountain views.
The house is the first property in Vista Las Palmas designated a Class 1 Historic Site. Behind the midcentury vibe, though, are some 21st-century updates—including a state-of-the-art sound system, full humidity and temperature controls, and a Tesla charging station.
“The iconic Morse residence is truly a unique architectural statement,” said real estate agent Scott Histed, who is handling the listing, in a press release. “This is one of the finest homes in all of Palm Springs and exemplifies the glamour of entertaining in the midcentury. As one of the home’s previous residents, I know it very well.”
Welcome to the Wallpaper House
People have very strong opinions about wallpaper, and Kristin Jones is clearly a fan. Her 1948 Los Angeles home, nicknamed the “Wallpaper House,” is now up for sale.
The four-bedroom house in Westwood boasts eye-catching designs by 10 artists and design brands, including Missoni, Ananbo, and Neisha Crosland. Everything from the master bedroom to the nursery—and all four bathrooms—are draped in bold designs and unique patterns.