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July 13 is the qualified bid deadline for the bankruptcy sale of a luxury condominium development site in Desert Hot Springs, CA

Desert Hot Springs Development Site on the Block for July Auction

Hilco Real Estate, LLC announced July 13 as the qualified bid deadline for the bankruptcy sale of a city-approved luxury condominium development in the fast-growing city of Desert Hot Springs. The development parcel, spanning approximately 25 acres, is accompanied by a city-approved development agreement, valid until 2042 

The luxury condo development has plans for 402 total units and will be gated with an abundance of high-end amenities on site, making it one of the first of its kind in the area. 

Terry Rochford, SVP of business development at Hilco Real Estate, said, “With the city’s approved development agreement until 2042, it ensures a streamlined process, enabling investors to move forward confidently with their plans.” 

The sale is being conducted by Order of the U.S. Bankruptcy Court Central District of California (Riverside), Bankruptcy Petition No. 6:23-bk-10602-RB, In re: The Residences at Ovation, LLC. 


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