A master plan may sound like a formidable document full of statistics and theories, but done right – as in Irvine – it’s a blueprint that comes alive in the places and buildings where people actually live.
After graduating from college in Northern California, Kenny Hong was ready for sunshine and an active lifestyle. He chose the Reserve at Orchard Hills in Irvine.
By preserving open spaces and promoting a healthy environment, Irvine is showing the way to a brighter future for America.
It’s spring buying season, and historically low interest rates and a limited supply are fueling demand for new homes nationwide. In Irvine, those are not…
The excitement begins as you open the tall, arched door and look up at 20-foot ceilings and across beautifully designed open floor plans.
See why economist John Burns says Irvine’s lifestyle is the most enviable in America.
Creating places where people will naturally gather to get to know each other as they go about their business, pleasure or just daily activities.
For the fourth consecutive year, Irvine has been ranked No. 1 in financial health among America’s most populous cities by Truth in Accounting.
Fresco – Eastwood Village’s newest community – has been well received by buyers since opening two months ago.
New data shows that Irvine’s new-home values have increased by 93% since 2010 versus 52% across the rest of California.