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People – not places – will shape what our communities look like moving forward.
We believe the energy and strength of communities are elevated when people from all walks of life have equal access to life-changing experiences. It’s why we create inclusive communities that combine homes and offices, shops and restaurants, schools and parks, entertainment and playing fields all within close proximity. We invite you to explore our communities and make them your own.
Spanning approximately 2,100 acres in the heart of Irvine, Great Park Neighborhoods is transforming the former Marine Corps Air Station El Toro into a community that honors its military past while creating an inventive city of the future. Great Park Neighborhoods seamlessly integrates market-rate and affordable homes, schools, sports, wellness and healthcare, offices, entertainment, transportation, trails and open space within close proximity to each other.
All numbers are approximate. Source: Beacon Economics
Los Angeles County, CA
Located on approximately 15,000 acres in Los Angeles County, FivePoint is building on the award-winning legacy of Valencia with a new community that will offer a mix of homes, offices, retail and entertainment options – while also devoting 10,000 acres of open space to protect native habitat and honor its rich farming history. Valencia is planned to be among the first communities of its size to reach net zero greenhouse gas emissions, and is poised to become one of the most sustainable and environmentally friendly cities of its kind in the nation.
All numbers are approximate. Source: Beacon Economics, Los Angeles Economic Development Corporation
San Francisco, CA
Situated within approximately 700 acres in the City of San Francisco, Candlestick – once home to the city’s beloved baseball club and championship football team – is now poised to become a hub of innovation on its prime bayfront location. Candlestick / The SF Shipyard will reflect the city’s boundless energy and rich diversity with a vibrant mix of planned offices, retail, arts and entertainment, eateries, sports and recreation, and market-rate and affordable homes – further complementing San Francisco’s reputation as a world-class city.
All numbers are approximate and Inclusive of Candlestick and The SF Shipyard. Source: The Shipyard Communities DDA