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…
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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.
Irvine’s Master Plan has created one of the greenest cities in America, with 277 parks and access to 57,500 acres of open space that has been compared to a “national park in our backyard.”
Studies routinely rank Irvine among the nation’s healthiest cities. Learn why in this special report.
Alberto Treviño Jr., one of the original planners who helped create the city of Irvine from scratch, died Sept. 29 at his home in Laguna Beach.
Portola Springs celebrated the grand opening of three new neighborhoods last month.
Irvine provides a solution for transportation, energy and diversity issues bedeviling the country. The master-planned city represents the modern version of a 19th-century garden city – a largely self-contained and environmentally sustainable community.
Sarah and Joe Frabasile feel lucky they were able to buy a new home in Portola Springs after renting in Irvine for two years.