1983 Master planning for Irvine Spectrum District begins to take shape as Irvine Company invests $227 million into infrastructure, including storm drains, roads and a…
Irvine Spectrum is far more than a retail center. It’s one of Southern California’s most powerful economic engines.
Neighbors already are used to seeing new homeowners Dave and Candance Chen out walking with their daughters in the Bluffs of Portola Springs.
Three new-home models in Ravello offer a range of luxury amenities.
Cities will emerge as centers of opportunities while others decline, with enormous consequences ….” That contrast is how economist J.H. Cullum Clark describes the competition…
Lori Stewart fell in love with Turtle Rock the moment she saw it three years ago. “I turned to my husband and said, ‘This is where I want to live.’ ”
Irvine Standard writer Tom Berg and his wife spent their weekends walking through the Villages of Irvine.
The Irvine Master Plan defined a new way of suburban planning. Even the homes within Irvine’s villages have set trends to meet the needs of today’s buyers and create an elevated sense of comfort and convenience.
People first learned the value of living in a village roughly 10,000 years ago, when several thousand nomads put down roots in a Turkish marsh.
Long before Peter Walker helped design New York City’s September 11 memorial, Stanford University Medical School and the U.S. Embassy in Beijing, he joined the team that planned Irvine’s first village.