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Old May 13th, 2008, 02:15 PM
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Palm Springs homeless center plan goes forward
PALM SPRINGS SUN APRIL 11, 2008

The Palm Springs Planning Commission gave the go-ahead this week for the future Multi-Services Center for the Homeless to be built in Palm Springs.


The center, which will be located at 19-531 McLane St., is being built by Riverside County.
At its meeting Wednesday, the commission also approved a request that street improvements, including sidewalks near 2630 Anza Trail, be postponed.
Neighbors had said they believe the work would make the area look more urban than the surrounding area, according to city staff. The commission added an amendment that it would allow a gate to be built there as well.
The commission approved a new spa inside the new Ace Hotel, 701 E. Palm Canyon Drive. Six ground-floor rooms will be remodeled to build a spa.



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1717 E. Vista Chino
Palm Springs, California 92262
County: Riverside


Property Description:
Phase I is a completed neighborhood center containing Stater Bros., ARCO, McDonald's and Hollywood Video. A freestanding AutoZone store is open in Phase II with the remainder of Phase II in pre-leasing during Fall '07. Dollar Tree currently under construction. Location Description:
Located on the SEC of Vista Chino and Sunrise Way, which is one of the primary commercial hubs serving Palm Springs and eastern portions of Cathedral City. Center provides excellent site lines as well as access/egress from three different streets.
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