Located in northwest Irvine, Westpark’s unique character reflects the timeless elegance of a Mediterranean village – but one that has been infused with a touch of urban sophistication.

Neighborhoods of attractive homes are connected by footpaths and are served by parks and nearby schools. An “urban activity corridor” runs through the village, conveniently linking it with neighborhood shopping centers and Irvine City Hall at Harvard Avenue and Civic Center Plaza.

The corridor also leads to Col. Bill Barber Marine Corps Memorial Park, a 42-acre expanse next to City Hall bristling with recreational amenities, including three soccer fields, four ball diamonds, batting cages and access to Irvine’s acclaimed network of bicycle trails.

Attractive walls featuring abundant landscaping reinforce the village’s Mediterranean theme while muting noise from nearby roads and arterials. The village’s attention to detail even extends to many of its intersections, which are accented with plazas and towering palms.

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Fast Facts

  • Area – 1,178 acres
  • Number of educational institutions – 3
  • Number of retail centers – 1

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