Irvine’s next great village is emerging atop the city. Portola Springs offers some of the most commanding views of Orange County, as well as Irvine’s newest school (Loma Ridge Elementary), its newest community park (25-acre Portola Springs Community Park) and trails that lead into Limestone Canyon.
Years ago, the Irvine Master Plan called for hundreds of thousands of trees to be planted throughout the new city for environmental and aesthetic benefits.…
A recent survey conducted on behalf of the Greater Irvine Chamber of Commerce showed that nearly 90% of residents rate their quality of life as “excellent” or “good.”
Promenade, which is currently pre-leasing, features a 100-seat cafe and market, a fitness center, four saltwater pools, and a host of outdoor kitchens, spas and gardens.
Irvine’s well-maintained centers attract the brands consumers want, from boutique shops to trendy restaurants, corner coffee shops, and in-demand markets.
See how shopping center improvements create gathering places and play areas and attract leading brands.
Ellen Bell explains how long-term ownership of shopping centers makes all the difference.
OC Register readers voted Irvine the best place to live in Orange County.
Before the first spade of dirt was turned, Irvine was master-planned to become a “city of intellect.”
Greater Irvine Chamber of Commerce President and CEO Bryan Starr shares the key driver behind Irvine’s economic success.