Rethinking the Connection Between the Land and the Community
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Located in the Beacon Park neighborhood, the Air/Navigation Park is a triangular-shaped park, signifying navigation by air, land, and sea to honor the site’s history as the former U.S. Marine Corps
The Bosque is a passive green space in Great Park Neighborhoods® that connects the Orange County Great Park to Irvine Boulevard. The plant species in the Bosque will comprise
The state-of the-art and sustainably designed Broadcom campus marks the first campus development at Great Park Neighborhoods® and demonstrates FivePoint’s commitment to attracting best-in-class business brands to our community.
The Crane at The San Francisco Shipyard was erected in 1947 by the American Bridge Company, known for its role in the construction of the Chrysler Building and the Empire State Building.
Located in the Pavilion Park neighborhood, Earth Park has the distinction of being the first of the Great Park Neighborhoods® parks. In keeping with FivePoint’s dedication to recycle/reuse
Great Park Neighborhoods® residential parks are a defining element of FivePoint, as they encompass the company’s core values of connection, education, wellness, and recycle/reuse, etc.
The Greenhouse – the main icon of Earth Park in the Pavilion Park neighborhood – is a botanical solarium designed to celebrate the area’s long and proud agricultural heritage
Standing about 5 feet tall and measuring approximately 10 feet long, the Heritage Bear has been an iconic fixture of the Valencia® community since its installation at the Grand Opening
The streets of Great Park Neighborhoods® are lined with 10 different species of heritage trees that FivePoint rescued from the former U.S. Marine Corps Air Station El Toro.
Stretching four miles in the Santa Clarita Valley, the Iron Horse Trail is a multi-use path that provides Valencia® community cyclists, walkers, joggers, and equestrians a safe and scenic pathway for both recreation and commuting.
Nestled among three heritage jacaranda trees in the Beacon Park neighborhood’s Air/Navigation Park, this treehouse, known as the Lookout, illustrates FivePoint’s approach to blending innovative design
Soaring approximately 400 feet above the surrounding landscape, the Orange Balloon is the Orange County Great Park’s iconic attraction and one of the largest tethered helium balloons in the United States.
The Orange Bike was chosen as the Great Park Neighborhoods' logo because of its global symbolic meaning.
The San Francisco Shipyard offers residents a wide array of thoughtfully designed and sustainably landscaped pocket parks, as well as outdoor fitness equipment, bike racks
Sharestream, Great Park Neighborhoods’ restored vintage Airstream trailer, serves as a traveling billboard, information hub, storytelling nexus, and community connector for Great Park Neighborhoods.
The Sports Park is comprised of multiple competition ready fields/courts and is just walking distance from the Great Park Neighborhoods.
Great Park Neighborhoods® adopts a unique approach to its park development, creating differently themed parks – such as earth, air/navigation, and water – that encourage residents
The “T” Trails is a network of trails within Great Park Neighborhoods® that connects through each neighborhood’s park. Serving as the spine of Great Park Neighborhoods, the “T” allows
Technology will be integrated into every aspect of our master plan community to make easier to connect, navigate, and explore the park
A prime example of FivePoint’s dedication to nature and sustainability is the wildlife corridor in Great Park Neighborhoods® designed to connect and replenish vibrant ecosystems surrounding the site.
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