A Great Life Awaits You In La Quinta!
La Quinta, a community nestled at the base of the majestic Santa Rosa Mountains, just 30 minutes from Palm Springs, is located in Southern California’s Coachella Valley. With its small town friendliness, La Quinta is a peaceful and relaxing community. However, it is also a year-round, multi-recreational and destination resort community enjoyed by visitors and residents alike. Known as the “Gem of the Desert”, La Quinta enjoys low humidity combined with an abundant 350+ days of sunshine annually. La Quinta is home to 25 exceptional golf courses, including famous PGA West, and was named by the Robb Report as the “Best Place to Live for Golf”.
Golf and tennis enthusiasts from around the world visit or relocate to La Quinta for the fabulous and spectacular events hosted here annually. La Quinta, internationally recognized as one of the world’s most magnificent resort communities, has been the site of numerous national and professional events.
The historic La Quinta Resort & Club is the largest resort in the greater Palm Springs area and is complemented by other recently-opened hospitality venues.
La Quinta also embraces art and culture, offering the La Quinta Arts Festival, live theatre by the La Quinta Playhouse, and a variety of beautiful art pieces publicly displayed throughout the city.
La Quinta’s enchanting Old Town La Quinta and bustling Highway 111 corridor feature the best of shopping, dining and personal services.
Incorporated in 1982, La Quinta had a population of just over 5,200. Today, the population has grown to nearly 50,000 and La Quinta is listed as one of California’s fastest growing cities. The vast majority of La Quinta’s open areas are attractive for development with the opportunity for planned growth.
La Quinta’s average age of 36 makes its population a bit younger than most neighboring desert cities. La Quinta’s real estate developments are also newer than most area cities. In the coming years, it is likely that the La Quinta intersection of Washington Street and Highway 111 will become the new center of the greater Palm Springs area, as development continues eastward toward the Salton Sea.
In La Quinta the “good life” can be found in abundance. La Quinta is simply a great place to live, work, play, start a business or raise a family.
Congratulations! If you’re visiting, moving to, or buying real estate in the La Quinta area, you’ve chosen one of the world’s most beautiful places.