Northpark Square

Located in the heart of North Irvine, Northpark Square is a thoughtfully planned village that features a graceful backdrop of rolling foothills. The village pays homage to the architectural heritage of cities such as Pasadena and Santa Barbara and the admired European regions of Tuscany and Provence. Northpark Square’s design takes full advantage of Irvine’s abundant natural resources. The village is bounded by Irvine Boulevard, Culver Drive, Bryan Avenue and the 261 Toll Road.

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Fast Facts

  • Size of village site – 155 acres
  • Parks and trails – Three community parks that offer a Junior Olympic pool, tot lots, barbecue areas, hiking trails and more. The Mountains to Sea Trail also is easily accessible, as is the Venta Spur biking and walking trail
  • Number of private parks – 4
  • Total acreage of parks – 5.3
  • School district serving the village: Tustin Unified School District
  • Design and planning objectives – To successfully and logically blend diverse live, work and play components with a comprehensive self-sustaining community design that offers opportunities for meaningful interaction with neighbors
  • Architectural style – A variety of traditional and classic architectural styles including Old Hollywood, Adobe Ranch, Monterey and Provencal
  • Architectural details – inviting archways, vine-laden walls, decorative wrought iron and Malibu-style tile accents throughout the village
  • History – Built over several years beginning in the late 1990s. 100% of the homes were developed by the Irvine Company based on strict design guidelines
  • Shopping – Served by Northpark Plaza on the north; to the west is The Market Place, which offers dozens of major retailers, smaller shops and many restaurants
  • Design control – Strict. All homes are part of a mandatory homeowners association, with control over physical changes of the private property
  • Master Association – Northpark Maintenance Association

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