Meriwether Companies, Big Sky Wave Developments to build resort in US

WCN Editorial Team 28 Feb 2020 NORTH AMERICA BUILDINGS

Meriwether Companies and Big Sky Wave Developments have unveiled plans to build Coral Mountain, a resort community in California, US.

Located in a 400-acre land in La Quinta, in the eastern quadrant of the Coachella Valley, the Coral Mountain is claimed to be first of its kind.

Anchored by Kelly Slater Wave Company’s (KSWC) wave technology, the project will include a full-service resort, residential homes, a private club, multiple dining venues and adventure sports.

Previously, the land was approved to build 750 homes and an 18-hole golf course.

Meriwether Companies partner Noah Hahn said: "We are excited to bring to life an unprecedented vision for an experiential resort development, curated for today's active and engaged consumer here in Southern California and beyond.

"Kelly Slater and the WSL are industry legends, and the perfect partners to feature as we create a revolutionary new way to live and travel."

The land was acquired by Meriwether Companies in mid last year and is now undergoing design and amended approval process.

The project will also feature many adventure sports that range from surfing to stand-up paddle boarding, biking and rock climbing.

Construction on the project is slated to commence in the first quarter of next year.

Meriwether Companies, a real estate investment and development firm that owns the Ingleside Inn and Melvyn's Restaurant in Palm Springs, two boutique hotels in Carmel-by-the-Sea and the Griffin Club in West Los Angeles.

The firm’s portfolio of resort projects includes Park City in Utah, Fredericksburg located in Texas; Big Sky in Montana, and Eagle in Colorado.

Its hospitality assets include Griffin Club; a private club in Los Angeles, The Hideaway, and The Getaway are boutique hotels in California, and Parlor Oklahoma City and Parlor Kansas City.

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Image: Coral Mountain site in La Quinta, California. (Credit: Meriwether Companies /PR Newswire)

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