Irvine retail centers are more than places to shop. They’re places for communities to gather and socialize. That’s why they undergo continuous reinvestment.
Quail Hill Shopping Center is a good example. In 2020, it underwent a $2 million reinvestment to beautify its main courtyard, dining patio and all of its outside furniture.
For comfort, the center added new dining furniture and soft seating, shaded by wooden structures and oversized parasols. For convenience, it installed new lighting, laptop charging stations and heating. And for aesthetics, it re-tiled the original central fountain, laid new terra cotta-colored pavers and upgraded the landscaping.
The result: a new outdoor experience to enjoy the Southern California weather under beautiful Canary Island date palms.
You’ll see similar improvements throughout the city as Irvine retail centers benefit from Irvine Company’s continuous community investment designed to meet the needs of local residents. In recent years, the company has reinvested over $350 million at more than a dozen retail centers.