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Work is under way to complete Adalusia landscaping on Avenue 60 between Madison and Monroe streets. On May 19, Trilogy resident Dale Tyerman presented the City Council with a petition signed by 232 residents demanding that the city force Sunrise Development, owner of Andulasia, to complete the work no later than June 30. Below is a link to Dale’s testimony before the council, which was delivered via phone. At the end of the short video, Mayor Linda Evans is heard to say: “We are working on Avenue 60.” Thanks to Dale and other Trilogy residents for their efforts!
The La Quinta City Council has approved the latest design for the proposed Pavilion Palms shopping center at the vacant corner of Jefferson and Avenue 50. The votes on the environmental declaration and specific site plan were unanimous. The proposed development has been through numerous public hearings and deliberations over the last four years.
The Desert Sun has published several substantive accounts of the proposal and delays.
The developer of Travertine has cancelled a virtual presentation scheduled for May 27 on the proposed development on the south side of the berm from Trilogy. The project is undergoing an environmental review as part of the assessment process conducted by the City of La Quinta and other government agencies.
The City of La Quinta has released details of the plan for Travertine, a residential and commercial development proposed on the other side of the berm from Trilogy, between the Martinez rock slide and Coral Mountain. An environmental review is under way.
Travertine is the second major development planned near Trilogy; the other being Coral Mountain, a surfing resort community on 400 acres of vacant land off of Madison Street, across from Andalusia.
An Environmental Impact Review is underway, which will assess impact on traffic, noise, hydrology and other subjects. As the proposal moves through the system, there will be public hearings before the Planning Commission and City Council, where the final decision will be made.
Travertine has been on the drawing board for some time. The filing of the specific plan with the city is a strong indication that developers are anxious to proceed. The plan reveals that the developer, Hoffman Land Development Co. of Irvine, hope to begin construction in 2026, with a 10-year buildout.
Here’s what an initial reading of the plan shows:
The preliminary plan can be found here.