New Homes

Six new Irvine Pacific neighborhoods are now selling

Eastwood Village offers a brand new elementary school and an new underpass connecting you to the Jeffrey Open Space Trail.


Santa Clara Square Marketplace now open


The Spectrum Skyline

200 and 400 Irvine Spectrum Center deliver vibrant workplace communities at the center of it all

Communities Come Alive with Vibrant Environments And Memorable EXPERIENCES

Irvine Company creates places where people want to be. Where lives FLOURISH

Apartment Homes

What's new in Orange County

Artfully crafted and thoughtfully planned, each apartment community has distinct character and a neighborhood feeling.


Irvine Company gives $20-million gift to Irvine Unified School District


Villages of Irvine named top-selling master planned community in United States

Highest number of new home sales in country due to “decades of thoughtful planning” on the Irvine Ranch. 


Irvine Company: Most ENERGY STAR-certified office buildings in U.S.

Company also ranks second in terms of total square footage certified, according company analysis.


Irvine Co. brings recycled water to six properties in last year

The switch to recycled water at apartment communities, retail centers and office complexes will save an estimated 22.5 million gallons of potable water annually.


Irvine Co.’s affordable housing: a life-changer for thousands

The company’s philosophy toward affordable housing—build it well and blend it in—may be its best-kept secret.


10 facts to know about Irvine Company

Grounded in a tradition of excellence, Irvine Company plans and brings to life balanced and sustainable communities throughout coastal California.


Irvine Spectrum Center’s $150 million reinvestment

A major reinvestment featuring more than 20 new stores, new landscaping, state-of-the-art amenities and more.


Third Night Free at Pelican Hill

Stay two nights at Newport Beach's only Five-Star Resort, and get a third night free.


Los Olivos Marketplace in Irvine now open

Los Olivos Marketplace offers a unique collection of specialty shopping and services, including Whole Foods Market, in Irvine Spectrum.

Apartment Homes

Villas at Playa Vista now open

A blend of L.A. sophistication and California beach community, Villas Playa Vista is Apartments' newest luxury community and market entry into Westside L.A.

New Homes

Luxury living in Irvine’s Orchard Hills

Explore seven new luxury home collections by premier homebuilders tucked behind the gates at the Groves in Orchard Hills.


Silicon Valley's newest modern workplace

Along with abundant on-site conveniences to help simplify the day, Santa Clara Square Offices deliver modern workspace to inspire your team to work, create and innovate.


20 years after restoration this marsh is a birder’s paradise


20 years after restoration, this marsh is a birder's paradise

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More than 3 million residents of Orange County surround the 300-acre marsh, which remains the county’s largest coastal freshwater wetlands and a major stopping point for migratory birds.

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The great blue heron is the marsh’s tallest bird. On land, it stalks small mammals. In shallow water, it spears fish and frogs with its long, pointy beak.

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California poppies, the state’s official flower, are common throughout the 300-acre sanctuary.

Nesting boxes throughout the marsh have hatched more than 5,000 tree swallows since 2000, reviving their population in Orange County. 

The marsh attracts a variety of birds: waterfowl, shorebirds, fish eaters, insect eaters, seed eaters and birds of prey. Some migrate here for the summer; some for the winter; some live here year-round.

More than 40,000 people visit the marsh each year, including serious bird watchers and bird photographers.

Western tiger swallowtails, painted ladies and red admirals are among the butterflies that bask in the sun each summer in the sanctuary’s butterfly garden, built in 2005.

California bulrush provides shelter for marsh wrens; it provides food for sparrows and finches; and bacteria in the bulrush roots helps clean pond water of excessive nitrogen.

The sanctuary is home to more than 38,000 native trees, 24,000 native shrubs—and more than 10 miles of trails through willow, sycamore and natural woodlands that provide solitude from city life.

The marsh features nearly 70 acres of manmade ponds, many with islands that provide a safe haven for birds that nest on the ground.

The Sea & Sage Audubon Society offers many field trips throughout the year, including bird walks, butterfly walks and wildlife walks.

Tree swallows arrive each spring from Mexico, raise their young throughout the summer, and return home in the fall. These aerobatic birds dine on flying insects. 

The San Joaquin Marsh and Wildlife Sanctuary, at 5 Riparian View in Irvine, Calif., is open from dawn to dusk, seven days a week. It is free to the public.

The marsh is not only home to birds and butterflies. It provides a home to skunks, squirrels, rabbits, weasels, raccoons, coyotes, bobcats—and at least two species of bats.

Marsh restoration replaced non-native vegetation with native vegetation. California wild rose, California poppy and bush sunflower are abundant, as are riparian (streamside) shrubs like mugwort, California buckwheat and California sagebrush.

Spring is the best time to see flowers at the San Joaquin Marsh and Wildlife Sanctuary. Brightly colored flowers attract insects and hummingbirds that help pollinate them.

Anna’s hummingbird can pause in mid-air to sip flower nectar. It also can fly backward—and straight up—in pursuit of small insects that it likes to eat.

Some marsh denizens spend their lives hugging the ground, namely the Western fence lizard (the most common lizard at the marsh), the gopher snake and the California kingsnake.

The many ponds attract a host of waterfowl: Mallards, coots and teals are dabblers, which dunk only their heads to feed; grebes and ruddy ducks are divers that dive completely underwater to catch food.

The marsh also attracts birds of prey, which catch small animals and fish with their talons. These fish-eating osprey successfully raised the marsh’s first chick in 2010.

Pond islands serve as small communities providing safety to many bird species at once, including white pelicans, coots and other waterfowl. 

The water level in some of the ponds intentionally is kept low for waterfowl and shorebirds that prefer feeding in shallow water.

This 300-acre oasis, with its abundance of ponds, wildlife and native vegetation feels, like a world within a world in the heart of Orange County.

The San Joaquin Marsh and Wildlife Sanctuary has become a popular spot for those seeking respite from the hustle and bustle of a busy world.


Irvine Company creates first fleet of hybrid-electric buildings

The world's first fleet of Hybrid-Electric Buildings® will reduce peak-energy demand and ease the need for additional power plants.


Preserved forever: More than 60% of the Irvine Ranch as open space

Stretching 22 miles from the Pacific Ocean to Cleveland National Forest, Irvine Co. has permanently set aside more than 50,000 acres of open space. Learn more

In the News

The Spa At Pelican Hill Welcomes Winter With Seasonal Treatments For Locals And Resort Guests

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Irvine Company and Lyft partner to enhance commute to work at Santa Clara Square

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A new frontier of private-public transportation the latest lifestyle offering for Santa Clara Square office customers More ›
 California Pizza Kitchen to open at Monticello Apartment Homes

California Pizza Kitchen to open at Monticello Apartment Homes

Konjoe Burger Bar and Vitality Bowls Superfood Café will also be among the latest dining concepts coming to Santa Clara  More ›
The Yellow Chilli to open first U.S. location in the Bay Area

The Yellow Chilli to open first U.S. location in the Bay Area

Casual Indian cuisine coming soon to Monticello Apartment Homes in Santa Clara  More ›
Woodbury™ Town Center in Irvine kicks off Friday Night Flix

Woodbury™ Town Center in Irvine kicks off Friday Night Flix

Bring your lawn chairs and blankets for family-friendly movies under the stars beginning Oct. 7 More ›