Promenade, which is currently pre-leasing, features a 100-seat cafe and market, a fitness center, four saltwater pools, and a host of outdoor kitchens, spas and gardens.
Irvine’s well-maintained centers attract the brands consumers want, from boutique shops to trendy restaurants, corner coffee shops, and in-demand markets.
See how shopping center improvements create gathering places and play areas and attract leading brands.
Ellen Bell explains how long-term ownership of shopping centers makes all the difference.
OC Register readers voted Irvine the best place to live in Orange County.
Before the first spade of dirt was turned, Irvine was master-planned to become a “city of intellect.”
Greater Irvine Chamber of Commerce President and CEO Bryan Starr shares the key driver behind Irvine’s economic success.
Since 2005, Irvine home values have appreciated 77%, while values in the rest of Orange County appreciated 22%. An economist attributes Irvine’s success to good schools, parks and balanced communities.
Irvine was master-planned around education – from day one.
Back in 1889, James Irvine II rode a high-wheeled bike, called a velocipede, from San Francisco to the ranch that he inherited from his father.