IRVINE, Calif.--(VillagesofIrvine.com/magazine.)--The new edition of the popular Villages of Irvine magazine is now available to new homebuyers. The magazine, found at the sales galleries across the Villages of Irvine, features stories and information that highlight the exceptional lifestyle and new homes in Irvine. A digital version of the magazine can also be found online at
“6th Best Place To Live In America”
Located in Irvine – recently named by Money magazine as the “6th Best Place To Live In America” – the Villages of Irvine feature nationally recognized master planned community designs that have won numerous architectural and planning awards. The Villages of Irvine include the popular Villages of Laguna Altura, Portola Springs, Stonegate and Woodbury, with new homes ranging in price from the mid $300,000s to low $1 millions.
“The Villages of Irvine offer new homebuyers a lifestyle unmatched in the region,” said Tom Veal, vice president of Residential Sales and Marketing for Irvine Company Community Development. “The latest edition of our magazine allows homeshoppers to tour our four villages, and learn about the many unique and exciting benefits of living in Irvine. From an award-winning school district to access to thousands of acres of open space, and nearby world-class employment, shopping, entertainment – all of the outstanding benefits of living in Irvine are featured in the new edition of our magazine.”
The new Villages of Irvine magazine features a profile of the Irvine Unified School District, consistently recognized as the model for public schools across the country. Readers get the scoop behind IUSD’s success, including the Education Enrichment Fund, which provides monetary resources for students in fourth through sixth grade to enjoy enrichment programs in math, science and art – at a time when those subjects are being eliminated in other school districts.
Other articles provide information about the abundant trails, parks and open space throughout the Villages of Irvine, as well as specific amenities for recreation activities including hikes at Laguna Coast Wilderness Park, stargazing at Bommer Canyon and kayaking through Upper Newport Bay. A feature on Irvine Spectrum Center® gives readers an inside-look at the popular outdoor venue that offers a fantastic fusion of food, fashion and fun with more than 140 retailers and restaurants, and both of the Tom Fazio designed golf courses, Pelican Hill Golf Club® and Oak Creek Golf Club® are highlighted in the new magazine.
Pick up the new edition of Villages of Irvine magazine at any of the sales galleries in the Village of Laguna Altura, Village of Stonegate, Village of Portola Springs or the Village of Woodbury.