Nestled against the San Jacinto Mountains, Old Las Palmas is distinguished as one of Palm Spring's finest neighborhoods. The first of the city's exclusive enclaves, it has long attracted the biggest names from Hollywood. Its former residents include Marilyn Monroe, Elvis Presley, Elizabeth Taylor, Liberace, Jack Warner, Dinah Shore, Harry Winston, Cher, and Donna Reed. In addition to being the oldest neighborhood in Palm Springs, Old Las Palmas also boasts the largest collection of celebrity properties in the city. Star-studded, serene, and secluded, the community is also recognized as the Beverly Hills of Palm Springs. Old Las Palmas is located... more
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West of Old Las Palmas is a neighborhood best known for its collection of modernist desert homes that represent the best of indoor and outdoor living in Palm Springs. Welcome to Vistas Las Palmas. One of the most desirable places to live in the city, the community is widely regarded as one of the most preferred hideaways in the Coachella Valley. Many Hollywood A-lister homes grace mid-century modern aesthetic, with most of the residences in the neighborhood built in the same period. Walking in the streets of Vista Las Palmas will feel like you've been transported back to the 1950s.... more
We love great architecture and design, and we’ve redesigned the TTK Represents website to share this passion with you. Palm Springs and the wide-open California desert offer a world of possibilities for people like us — those who appreciate an inspired living in a world-class setting. Our new website showcases the area’s historic and distinctive neighborhoods featuring some of the most important architectural and celebrity-owned properties coming to market. You’ll find profiles on the architects and neighborhoods that made Palm Springs a magnet for enthusiasts of all things modern. And, of course, the site also includes profiles on the top-producing... more