Downtown Revitalization Project Press Releases

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 12/21/15 Downtown Revitalization Project Model Relocated to Welwood Murray Memorial Public Library
 12/01/2015  
 11/30/2015 City of Palm Springs to Celebrate Groundbreaking of New Andaz Hotel on Wednesday, Dec. 2 in Downtown
 10/15/2014 City of Palm Springs Receives Prestigious National Architectural Award for Downtown Revitalization Project

 10/14/2014

City of Palm Springs to Celebrate Oct.16 Groundbreaking for New Downtown Kimpton Hotel

01/29/2014

Downtown Revitalization Update

12/30/2013

Pougnet to Deliver State of the City Jan. 16 at Hard Rock Hotel; Groundbreaking for Downtown Revitalization Plan to follow at Site of Former Desert Fashion Plaza

05/13/2013

Kimpton Hotels Officially Announces New Hotel & Rooftop Bar Coming to Downtown Palm Springs

01/30/2013

Pougnet to Deliver State of the City on Feb. 7 Followed by 2nd Phase of Desert Fashion Plaza Demolition and FREE Block Party in Forever Marilyn Sculpture Park

01/30/2013

Public Invited to Attend Jan. 26 Initial Demolition of Old Bank of America Building and Free Block Party Celebration

01/05/2012

Mayor Pougnet to Deliver State of the City Jan. 26; Community Invited to Beginning of Demolition of Old Bank of America Building Immediately Following

06/17/2011

Statement from Mayor Steve Pougnet Regarding Desert Fashion Plaza Revitalization Plan

05/27/2011

Update on Specific Timelines for Completion of The Desert Fashion Plaza Revitalization Project

02/28/2011

City Council Invites Community to Attend March 2 Study Session with Wessman Development Regarding Desert Fashion Plaza

02/08/2011

Mayor Invites Community to Join City Council & Wessman Development for Final Desert Fashion Plaza Visioning Meeting

02/01/2011

City of Palm Springs Invites the Community to Feb. 3 Visioning Workshop Regarding Desert Fashion Plaza

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