$65 (1 hr)
Before selling off most of the units as co-ops, Burns added one more unit: number 9. This incorporated a second style of stone, similar to another Burns project, 500 West, just down the street. This mix of masonry gives us the façade Palm Springs has known since the late 1960s. Burns owned and lived in unit 5, which includes many forward-thinking features. Steven Keylon will be present for his book signing: The Design of Herbert W. Burns.
Things to Know
This event is for ages 12 and older.
Please arrive at your tour ticket time.
There are some interior/exterior steps.
Please no food, drinks, pets or smoking on premises.
Bathrooms in homes are not available.
Photography is at the discretion of the homeowner.
Plenty of street parking is available.
The organizer of this event is The Four Hundred Management Association.
Event Check-in Location
The Four Hundred Complex
400 West Arenas
Palm Springs, CA 92262
Photo Credits: Carol Swayze, Lynne Yelich, and Rob Rifkin.
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