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Construction Started on California’s First Man-Made Surf Wave Resort


Beach Street Development & Operations has begun construction on its DSRT Surf Resort. This 17-acre AO-designed destination in Palm Desert will be California’s first facility to offer man-made surf waves open to the public. The resort's features include a cutting-edge surf lagoon, four-story hotel, surf center, restaurant, boardwalk, and beaches, with construction expected to be completed in the spring of 2026.

AO’s involvement from the early visioning stages ensured a cohesive, well-organized design. The team focused on creative placemaking, positioning the surf lagoon as the property's central attraction, while also ensuring efficient and functional operations.

At the heart of DSRT Surf Resort lies the expansive five-acre surf lagoon, characterized by its distinctive triangular shape and powered by Wavegarden Cove technology. This surf lagoon, the first of its kind in California, can accommodate up to 80 surfers simultaneously and offers consistent, customizable waves suitable for all skill levels.

Inspired by the desert surroundings, the resort's design features a blend of contemporary and mid-century modern elements, highlighted by wave-inspired roofs and clean lines. Stone, metal panels, and wood accents add texture and color, while extensive glazing provides panoramic views of the lagoon and the desert landscape.

The four-story, 92-key hotel will be the vibrant hub of DSRT Surf Resort, featuring a dynamic surf center, dining options, and luxurious amenities. Guests can enjoy the energy of the surf lagoon from various vantage points, including a multi-level indoor-outdoor deck and meandering boardwalks and paseos.

With sustainability as a key focus of the development, Beach Street’s proprietary “Turf for Surf” initiative repurposes turf areas from Desert Willow’s golf courses. The lagoon will achieve net zero water use, effectively maintaining the lagoon’s vitality and offsetting water usage, saving over 10 million gallons of water annually. A significant portion of the lagoon’s water will be used to responsibly irrigate the surrounding greenery and courses, demonstrating the team’s commitment to environmental stewardship.

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