Colony 29, an historic artist colony of the 1930s, is the site of this year’s Cielo Vista Charter School Benefit. The event will offer a rare look behind the gates of this now privately owned venue, which has become a popular television production location and photo shoot.
— Desert Entertainer

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In Palm Springs, Colony 29 reinvents an art compound.
— Forbes

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Find an excuse to host something, anything, at this beloved 1920s artist colony few have ever seen.
— Desert Magazine

Where artists thrived: follow the trail to discover the views that inspired the desert’s pioneers of creativity.
— Palm Springs Life

“[Colony is a] paradisiacal pool party meets Indian Canyon hideaway just a few hours outside the City of Angels. Meant for a bit of a larger group, this gorgeous and glam getaway spot is soiree-perfect for your life partners — all 40 or so of them. You’ll feel like you have the run of your own city.”
— Los Angeles Confidential

“This is the epitome of a private oasis with state of the art security, raised stage area and the best restaurants in town ready to cater.”
— Forbes

Two years and 150 rejected venues later, Port, 30, walked down a grass aisle at Colony 29, an estate in the Palm Springs, California, mountains, November 7th.
— US Magazine

The wedding was just as fun and festive as the proposal. On September 6, 2014, the couple and their 140 guests ventured down to Palm Springs, California, for a destination wedding at Colony 29.
— Martha Stewart Weddings

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Tiered along the mountain’s gentle hillside, this one-of-a-kind getaway of seven freestanding homes takes your celebration on a historical, botanical, and utterly scenic journey. With the charming architecture of old Palm Springs, its six acres include intimate enclaves for exploration as well as multiple outdoor venue options that could seat a royal wedding.
— Palm Springs Life Magazine