By 1965, the Irvine Master Plan was taking shape. Young families flocked to Irvine’s first village, University Park, with its greenbelts and bikeways. A few…
If open space is the soul of Irvine, the Irvine Spectrum District is its heart. The Irvine Master Plan identified the land as the “Regional…
Irvine Company’s decision to preserve 60% of The Irvine Ranch resulted in one of the largest dedications of private land in California history. It permanently…
The decisions that shaped Irvine are studied around the world for their importance to master planning and town-making.
The gated enclave of Barcelona Irvine Spectrum offers the first for-sale home opportunity in the Irvine Spectrum District – just minutes to work, shopping and the beach.
According to market intelligence firm Metrostudy, Irvine homes appreciate faster during good times and depreciate slower during the challenging times.
Irvine is positioned to be a global leader in innovation, says Neil Sahota, an IBM Master Inventor, author on artificial intelligence and UCI lecturer.
Portola Springs claimed its place among Irvine’s great villages in 2019.
Irvine’s next great village is emerging atop the city. Portola Springs offers some of the most commanding views of Orange County, as well as Irvine’s newest school (Loma Ridge Elementary), its newest community park (25-acre Portola Springs Community Park) and trails that lead into Limestone Canyon.
550,000 trees have been planted in Irvine as a result of master planning.