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YONDER IN TWENTYNINE PALMS

ALL-CABIN RESORT

SITE PLAN

130 Rooms – 320 sqft each

Main Lodge – 3,500 sqft

Food and Beverage Concept (open to the public) – 2,000 sqft

Secondary Lodge – 2,000 sqft

Back of House Space – 6,000 sqft

Employee Housing – 12,000 sqft

Other Amenities:

    Stargazing Area

    Outdoor Movie Screen

 

SITE PLAN ELEMENTS

BUFFER FROM INDIAN COVE NEIGHBORHOOD

There is over a 500 foot buffer from the Indian Cove Neighborhood to assure no noise or light nuisance.

EMPLOYEE HOUSING

Quality employee housing is provided for staff to alleviate housing demand pressure in Twentynine Palms and assures employee response to problems around the clock can be addressed immediately.

 

CONSERVATION AREA

Approximately 100 acres, or 65%, of the 152-acre site will be conserved with deed restrictions.

 

STARGAZING AREA

The night sky is one of the fastest diminishing natural resources, and Yonder will showcase this amenity nightly.

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YONDER'S FISCAL IMPACT

Job Creation

Approximately 50-60 sustainable jobs will be created through Yonder’s on-site operations. These jobs offer competitive salaries and benefits for all employees.

 

 

Community Fee

Through Yonder’s Non-Profit Partnerships, approximately $150,000 per year will be donated to further aide the conservation and preservation of Joshua Tree National Park and the Morongo Basin as well as the National Park Foundation. 

 

 

Municipal Tax Revenue

Annual Property Tax and Transit-Oriented Taxes will create over $850,000 per year for the City of Twentynine Palms.

 

 

Off-site Spending

On average, each occupied unit at Yonder spends $209 per day off-site in local restaurants and stores generating over $4,000,000 spent annually within the local economy.

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DESIGN & OPERATIONAL FEATURES

LOW PROFILE

CABINS & AMENITIES

All buildings on-site will be single-story to not interrupt southern views of the Joshua Tree National Park from either neighboring properties or Twentynine Palms Highway. 

NOISE &

AUDIO

 

The Main and Secondary Lodges plays soft, ambient music throughout the day and evening which stops during quiet hours (10 pm – 6 am).

LOCALLY CURATED

ART & RETAIL

 

Yonder works to further illustrate the local culture by stocking our retail space with locally sourced products and decorate with art created in the High Desert.

SUSTAINABILITY
Sustainability is at the forefront in our approach in design, engineering and operations. 

Dark Sky Lighting Package 

Outdoor lighting fixtures will be Dark Sky Approved to eliminate light pollution and not disturb on-site and neighboring properties’ stargazing.

Energy Efficiency & Solar Power 

Yonder looks to minimize energy usage. Moreover, by installing roof solar panels, the property’s energy usage will be subsidized with clean energy.

Sustainability Focused Programming 

Yonder produces a location-specific documentary to educate our guests on the natural astronomy and role it lays in local Indigenous American culture. Other programming through partnerships serve as opportunities to educate our guests on the natural nuances surrounding them.

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