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Current Commercial and Industrial Projects | Cathedral City Center

Cathedral City Center


Tri-Millennium Properties is NOW LEASING 22,100 sq. ft. of retail in Phase 1, adjacent to the new Cathedral City Civic Center and Theatre Complex.

Already in place, the public Town Square of The City of Cathedral City features the Civic Center, including the City Hall and Police Department, the Fountain of Life, an outdoor entertainment plaza with the 14 screen Mary Pickford Cineplex, a 279 seat IMAX Theater and a 1,200 stall parking garage. 

 

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Tri-Millennium Properties
8730 Wilshire Boulevard, Suite 202
Beverly Hills, CA 90211
Tel:310-659-9961
Fax:310-657-7962

Copyright © 2005 Tri-Millennium Properties

Phase 1 and 2 are part of a 100-acre three-phased mixed-use commercial and residential project which is the premier development of Cathedral City's Downtown Redevelopment Plan. Cathedral City is the 2nd largest community in the Palm Springs–Coachella Valley area of So. California. Population growth has been on of the highest in Riverside County and Coachella Valley at 46% from 1990-2001. Over 320,000 people live in the Valley year 'round.
DEMOGRAPHICS 2003
3-MILE
5-MILE
10-MILE
Total Population
43,872
94,352
183,826
Median Age
39.6
43.1
46.5
Avg. Household Income
$43,872
$94,352
$183,826
 
68 – 718 E. Palm Canyon, Cathedral City, CA
      Size of Suites - Dividable
Restaurant Building G1 3,991 1,557 sq. ft. AVAILABLE
Restaurant Building G4 4,049 LEASED
Retail Building G2 8,198 1,555 sq. ft. AVAILABLE
Retail Building G3 5,527 LEASED
Lease Rates Starting at: Sq. Ft. Per Sq. ft. CAM Est.
Restaurant Space 8,040 $1.88 $0.70
Patio Space 1,500 $0.50 $0
Retail Space 13,716 $1.81 $0.70
  • Phase 1: 22,100 sq. ft. retail, restaurant space




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