If Irvine feels in balance – it is. One-third is parks and open space, one-third is residential, and, importantly, one-third is set aside for business. These business districts – home to one-third of all Fortune 500 companies – create a strong tax base to maintain roads and parks and fund Irvine’s modern Police Department.
Much more than a place to shop, Irvine’s retail centers are places of respite: outdoor, resort-like retreats to connect with friends or relax with a book, catch live music or try the newest restaurant.
An Irvine resident has been asked to lead the operations of California’s largest network of toll roads.
As more businesses are preparing to have their teams return to the office, Irvine Company has implemented significant health and wellness procedures at its workplace communities.
Hoag Memorial Hospital Presbyterian has launched a first-of-its-kind virtual reality program for expectant mothers to augment their journey through pregnancy to motherhood.
Health care giant Johnson & Johnson, with offices in Irvine, has announced a $1 billion deal to supply the U.S. government with 100 million doses of coronavirus vaccine.
Software development and design company Vincit has been named one of Fast Company’s Best Workplaces for Innovators 2020 worldwide.
Tyvak, of Irvine, is designing a lunar lander to support NASA’s Artemis mission, which aims to build a permanent moon base.
Irvine-based game studio Blizzard Entertainment shattered market expectations in the first half of 2020, posting a 27% increase in growth.
Ready At Dawn, developer of the game “Lone Echo,” was purchased by Facebook and joins the Oculus Studios team.