Residential development in Indio CA

More than 100,000 visitors enjoy the Coachella Music & Arts Festival at Empire Polo Grounds in Indio.

Where progress is present and meeting the future

By By Ellen Paris

More than 100, 000 visitors enjoy the Coachella Music & Arts Festival at Empire Polo Grounds in Indio.

Photo by Chris Miller

Indio has arrived. It’s a vibrant, amenity-rich city for residents, businesses and visitors alike. From the city’s bustling teen center to large residential developers like Pulte Homes and KB Homes to new businesses locating in Indio. The city invested more than $100 million over the last five years in infrastructure, from miles of newly paved roadways to new and upgraded water and sewage treatment plants. “Indio remains a city on the move with positive present and future growth, ” notes Mayor Gene Gilbert. “There are examples of all types showcasing this around the city.”

The valley’s oldest city is also the fastest-growing and the largest city, with more than 84, 000 residents and has the valley’s second-lowest crime rate. It’s no surprise Indio’s great diversity of people, places, and activities continues to attract new residents, commercial and residential development, and businesses.

“Residential development is active here, north of I-10. We are seeing Pulte and KB Homes pulling permits for new homes, ” notes Mariano Aguirre, Indio’s development manager. “That tells you that Indio is where builders still want to build and buyers want to buy.”

The two super shopping destination centers at Jackson Street and I-10 draw crowds throughout the valley. The Showcase Center with a Super Target, Marshalls, Ross, and Big Lots has increased sales tax revenues for the city, as has the Regency Center located across the way with anchor tenants Winco supermarket and Home Depot. These centers created hundreds of jobs for residents.


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There have been 8 two story homes sold in Talavera in the last 6 months, with approximately 2006 sq ft, with prices ranging from $179,500 to $279,900.
Currently, there are 7 pending sales with asking prices between $199,000 to $269,900. Final sales price will be available at close of escrow on this homes.
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