New homes at Portola Springs feature panoramic sliding glass doors, volume ceilings and Google smart home features.

In response to demand, three new neighborhoods open in Portola Springs


Irvine Pacific will debut three new neighborhoods this month in the Village of Portola Springs. Each offers new homes with views to the ocean, exceptional schools and easy access to jobs, shopping and open space.

Perched atop the foothills of Irvine, the communities of Fiore, Azul and Cielo will provide 309 new single-family homes for interested buyers.

“There has been incredible interest from families in Irvine and across the region looking to locate in our newest village,” says Dave Prolo, president of land and homebuilding for Irvine Company and president of Irvine Pacific. Buyers are drawn to Portola Springs’ serene setting and the benefits of living in a master-planned community that is regularly ranked among America’s top cities for schools, safety, parks and quality of life.”

Irvine’s Master Plan has created a unique city of villages, each with its own character and natural features, and each connected to schools, parks and shops.

The new homes come with panoramic sliding glass doors, volume ceilings, lofts, balconies, whole-house fans and smartphone-controlled lights and thermostats. These features, normally seen in custom homes, are included in every home.

Portola Springs is home to Loma Ridge Elementary, one of the city’s newest and most advanced schools. Students have access to Chromebooks and iPads, and innovation labs where they can produce movies, program robots, and design and build race cars on 3D printers.

The village also includes the 32-acre Portola Springs Community Park, opened in 2019. The park has lighted ballfields, sports courts, playgrounds, gardens and a 14,000-square-foot community center.

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