New data shows that Irvine’s new-home values have increased by 93% since 2010 versus 52% across the rest of California.
The Village of University Park opened in 1966 as a real-life expression of the Irvine Master Plan.
The charm of tree-lined Eastwood Village is attracting buyers to new model homes that recently opened, bringing an open-air California lifestyle to the foothills of Irvine.
For Kelly Hema and her family of four, this is the California dream: settling into their new home atop the city in time for the holidays.
Architects are rarely short on opinions, but most agree: Irvine is timeless. For the trained eye, that means a place that is revered over generations, not just the space of the latest trend.
Ask any Irvine resident where they live, and you’ll hear “Turtle Rock,” or “Oak Creek” or perhaps “Portola Springs.” That is a testament to the Master Plan’s vision to create a city of villages.
The remarkable story of how the Master Plan brought to life – village by village – one of America’s greenest cities.
Strong communities are made up of resilient and innovative individuals and businesses – those that courageously continue to work to find solutions, especially during times of crisis.
Take a journey through time to learn about the decisions that made Irvine.