As The Market Place celebrates 35 years, see how it was master planned as a unique live-work-play destination.
Irvine’s Master Plan prioritizes mobility, making moving in and around town more efficient.
Irvine’s smart street system, abundant greenery and ample open space stem from farsighted planning that began more than half a century ago.
1960: Irvine Company donates 1,000 acres to the University of California to create a new campus: UC Irvine. 1964: President Lyndon B. Johnson officiates at…
Spring is an ideal time to find the home of your dreams. So dream a little and tour model homes at the acclaimed villages of Orchard Hills, Eastwood and Portola Springs.
The city of Irvine is moving forward with a master plan housing agreement to create new housing within two of Irvine’s economic centers to meet the needs of the city’s workforce.
The last thing Irvine’s master planners wanted was anonymous look-alike neighborhoods, like those typical of so much of 1960s suburbia. They aimed to design a…
It is only ‘the best of times’ for these two families
From Woodbridge to Woodbury, Irvine’s 22 villages have distinct geographical features and personalities.
Four acres of land in North Irvine will soon help the city achieve its affordable housing goals.