Irvine has been named America’s safest city of its size for 12 straight years. Why?
In June of 1958, officials from Irvine Company and the University of California agreed to locate the UC’s 9th campus — the future UC Irvine — in the middle of The Irvine Ranch.
Irvine is known for its schools, parks and safety. But did you know that over the past 20 years, Irvine home values have increased 73 percent more than the U.S. average, according to Zillow statistics?
See how Irvine’s home values, parks and education scores compare with other cities.
Tracking the tooth, the tribes and the man who put ‘Portola’ in Portola Springs.
Irvine makes the grade (in this case, an A+) when it comes to respecting and protecting the local environment.
The Master Plan that created the City of Irvine began with what is arguably the most lopsided real estate deal in California history.
Irvine’s comprehensive housing choices expanded further recently with the opening of Travata, a gated residential community in Cypress Village designed exclusively for those age 55 and older.