Agua Caliente Band enters agreement for housing development

Tribal leaders broke ground on one project back in May. Photo from Vallera Palm Springs

The Agua Caliente Band of Cahuilla Indians has entered into an agreement for another housing development on its reservation.

The Umbria project will be built on a mix of trust land and fee land. It includes 126 houses and could be expanded for even more units.

“Umbria is a flagship neighborhood for our company as it adds an additional design dimension to our wide variety of product offerings. Once again, we look forward with great eagerness to working with our friends and partners, the Agua Caliente Band of Cahuilla Indians, on this unique project,” Mickie Riley, the president of The Rilington Group, said in a press release.

In May, the tribe and Rillington broke ground on the Vallera Palm Springs at Village Traditions. The 52-unit project on trust land will be completed this fall.

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