The creation of Coral Mountain resort presents an opportunity to improve an undeveloped area of La Quinta through re-envisioning an approved project in a responsible manner and generate significant lifestyle and economic advantages.

The addition of 600 homes will bring an estimated 2,100 new residents to the city who will dine and shop at local establishments on the grounds and across the community. The hotel will bring additional Transient and Occupancy Tax revenue and the restaurant, bar and retail establishments will bring much-needed services to the area, create jobs, and contribute additional sales tax money to the City of La Quinta.

The wave basin will use 75% less water annually than the golf course that is currently approved and other courses in the area.

The project design preserves the natural aesthetic qualities of the site. Multipurpose trails and sidewalks throughout Coral Mountain resort encourage residents and visitors to leave their cars behind when moving about the property. Open spaces and conservation areas will be spread throughout the community, and a robust green energy program is planned to implement sustainability principles in the project execution. Landscaping and infrastructure improvements will enhance stormwater management in the area and reduce flooding risks, a significant public benefit to the surrounding neighborhoods.


Up to 600 homes, starting at $2.5 million

Luxury wellness and spa amenities

Kelly Slater Wave Co. surf basin

One and two story boutique hotel with up to 150 rooms

Restaurant and retail at Madison Street/ Avenue 58

A robust green energy program is planned

Landscaping and public improvements along Avenues 58 and 60 and Madison Street will be completed within the early phases of the project