The Irvine firm that opened the first Dunkin’ Donuts in Orange County is opening another location Sept. 1 in Tustin.
The District at Tustin Legacy, a sprawling lifestyle center anchored by Whole Foods Market and Costco, opened with much fanfare in 2007.
Lincoln Property Company and Alcion Ventures have finalized a major land acquisition from the City of Tustin and begun construction of Phase 1 of a two-phased, 38-acre, state-of-the-art creative office campus in the heart of Orange County within the 1,600-acre master-planned community of Tustin Legacy.
The “creative office” — modern corporate spaces popularized by Silicon Valley’s youthful workforce — is a growing concept in Orange County.
A partnership between Lincoln Property Co. and Alcion Ventures has gained financing for construction of the first phase of the 470,000-square-foot creative-office campus here called FLIGHT, which aims to be a one-of-a-kind working and dining experience.
Construction has started on Orange County’s first substantial ground-up creative-office project in Tustin.
Holliday Fenoglio Fowler, L.P. (HFF) announced today that it has arranged $141.6 million in financing for the construction of Phase I of FLIGHT at Tustin Legacy, a premier 470,000-square-foot creative office campus located in Tustin, California.
A retail center sprouting up not far from the Tustin blimp hangars and the District of Tustin is focusing on family, wellness and casual but trendy food, things you can’t necessarily experience online.
The Leprechaun Leap 5K, coinciding with St. Patrick’s Day, metamorphosed into the Inaugural Tustin Hangar Half Marathon and 5K. And the logo matured to sleek silhouettes of runners, replacing the cute little sprite in a stovepipe hat.
The much-anticipated creative-office development here, FLIGHT at Tustin Legacy, has undergone “nuanced, thoughtful and impactful refinements that are additive to the user experience or improve the efficiency and value proposition of the project,” developer Dallas-based Lincoln Property Co.’s EVP Parke Miller tells GlobeSt.com.
Orange County’s first ground-up creative-office campus looks likely to break ground in mid-2017 under terms of an agreement between the city of Tustin and the developer of the project, which is called Flight.
Lincoln Property Co. and Alcion Ventures have gained approval from the City of Tustin to move forward on Flight, an 870,000-square-foot creative office campus within the 1,600-acre master-planned community of Tustin Legacy.
The City Council on Tuesday night approved two major developments – one residential and the other commercial.
The City of Tustin has approved the Disposition and Development Agreement (DDA) and associated entitlements with Dallas-based Lincoln Property Company for FLIGHT at Tustin Legacy. This approval marks an important step toward bringing an innovative, mixed-use collaborative office campus to the 1,600-acre master-planned community of Tustin Legacy.
When Whole Foods Market opened a megastore in Tustin in 2007, it boasted premium services from a seafood-grilling center to wine and tea bars.
Could Silicon Beach, having already spread into Venice and beyond, be ready to make an abrupt southeastern leap into Orange County? If so, there’s a pretty impressive new office complex going up in Tustin that’s just waiting for a big tech startup to come disrupt something.
Advances in technology in the last few years have made outdoor space into a realistic extension of the work environment, and this space has become a critical element in attracting and retaining talent, the City of Tustin’s director of economic development John Buchanan tells GlobeSt.com.
This past Tuesday, Texas-based Lincoln Property took a leap in the process of developing another innovative, mixed-use project in Southern California when the City of Tustin Planning Commission unanimously approved Flight at Tustin Legacy.
The Tustin Chamber of Commerce, along with presenting sponsor, Primo Fitness, announces the Inaugural Tustin Hangar Half Marathon and 5K. Both races will take place on Sunday, March 12, 2017. The Half Marathon will start at 7:00 a.m., with the 5K at 7:30 a.m.
The City of Tustin has announced that work has begun on the initial 26-acre segment of Tustin Legacy Park.
Heritage Elementary STEAM Magnet School opens its doors Monday – at long last. The building complex was completed five years ago in the former Marine Corps Air Station, which has been transformed into the Tustin Legacy planned community.
Coming up with architecture that works for all of the uses is one challenge in developing mixed-use projects, Regency Centers Corp.’ SVP, senior market officer, John Mehigan tells GlobeSt.com. As we recently reported the firm recently has closed on the land that will become the nearly $40-million, ground-up development known as the Village at Tustin Legacy here. The center, which will sit at the core of the new 1,600-acre master-planned community of Tustin Legacy, will be neighbored by a 130,000-square-foot medical complex, 1.9 million square feet of office space and more than 6,800 new residential homes at total build-out. We spoke exclusively with Mehigan about the project and the benefits and challenges of working with such a wide variety of mixed uses.
Orange County’s new Tustin Legacy master-planned community continues to fill out and Regency Centers Corp. is among the latest developers to contribute to the 1,600-acre property’s growth. The grocery-anchored shopping center owner recently completed the acquisition of land for the development of The Village at Tustin Legacy, which will feature a $40 million, 112,000-square-foot retail center.
The county broke ground Friday on a new animal shelter that will serve 14 cities, replace its current 75-year-old facility and allow for the adoption of more modern and humane animal care.
A huge new project is slated for Tustin, and Bisnow recently caught up with Lincoln Property Co EVP Kevin Hayes to find out more. Kevin will be one of the all-star panelists at Bisnow's Annual Orange County Evolution of Office Series event tomorrow at Radius in Tustin.
Thanks to a land swap approved this week, the county hopes to break ground on a $25 million animal shelter at the former Tustin Marine Corps Air Station by June.
After roughly two decades of negotiation and planning, construction is underway on a new Tustin Army Reserve Center.
Developer selection has moved from process driven to recruitment driven, so matching the developer to neighborhood and use is critical, Tustin city manager Jeff Parker tells GlobeSt.com. As GlobeSt.com recently reported, the City of Tustin has now entered into an exclusive negotiation agreement with OliverMcMillan, a national boutique real estate firm based in San Diego, to prepare a viable concept and business plan for 123 acres of Tustin Legacy's Community Core. We spoke exclusively with Parker about the development, why OliverMcMillan was chosen and the role of the developer in such a large project.
Walkable, mixed-use areas are in short supply in Orange County. OliverMcMillan CEO Dene Oliver tells us that the goal for Tustin Legacy's Community Core is to create exactly that—including something genuinely unique, a redeveloped blimp hangar.
The City of Tustin has now entered into an Exclusive Negotiation Agreement with OliverMcMillan, a national boutique real estate firm based in San Diego, to prepare a viable concept and business plan for 123 acres of Tustin Legacy's Community Core.
The city has tapped a San Diego developer to design a massive mixed-use “urban village” that incorporates its historic blimp hangar.
The City Council on Tuesday night unanimously approved an exclusive agreement with OliverMcMillan for the 123-acre project on the former Marine Corps Air Station property.
The ever-present issues of traffic circulation and parking require a collaborative effort to ensure uses are compatible and feasible and not disruptive to the community, Hoag Memorial Hospital Presbyterian’s Sanford Smith, SVP, real estate, facilities, construction and operations, tells GlobeSt.com. The hospital recently announced plans to develop a new 60,000-square-foot medical-office building, Hoag Health Center Tustin, at the 22-acre retail center the Village at Tustin Legacy, which is currently being developed by Regency Centers. We spoke exclusively with Smith about the benefits and challenges to locating medical offices in retail settings and how he sees medical offices changing as healthcare delivery continues to evolve.
Building on its commitment to bring accessible, high-quality health and wellness services to Orange County residents, Hoag Memorial Hospital Presbyterian today announced plans for a new 60,000-square-foot medical office building at The Village at Tustin Legacy.
TUSTIN – A 22-acre retail center is in the works for Tustin Legacy, with plans for a grocery store, pharmacy, daycare center, medical facilities and more.
TUSTIN – The city and Tustin Unified approved a $78 million plan to build a middle and high school while also ensuring Heritage Elementary will welcome its first students in fall 2016.
The City of Tustin and Tustin Unified School District have approved an $85 million plan to build a middle and high school, and begin the process of opening Heritage Elementary School for the 2016-17 school year.
Tustin is gearing up to become a destination site not just for locals, but for residents throughout Orange County – and it has serious juice to make that happen.
by Brooke Edwards Staggs
TUSTIN – Developers offered a nod to history while dedicating a new 6-acre park in the growing community of Greenwood in Tustin Legacy.
The park at the center of Greenwood is named Ron Foell Park, after the cofounder and chairman of the board for Standard Pacific Homes.
Half a century ago, the Irvine-based company built its first community – a 54-home development called Summerfield Homes. Now Standard Pacific is building Greenwood – a 375-home community that will soon welcome its first residents.
“The naming of Ron Foell Park holds tremendous significance as Greenwood in Tustin Legacy is situated just one mile from where Ron Foell and Standard Pacific Homes debuted its first-ever community 50 years ago in 1965,” Mayor Chuck Puckett said in a statement.
Five acres of the park are open to the public. That portion includes a large lawn surrounded by trees, an amphitheater, basketball court, two bocce ball courts, an “adventure zone” with two children’s play structures, 1.4 miles of walking trails and picnic pavilions.
The other acre is The Residents Only Legacy Club, with a clubhouse, covered outdoor living space, resort-style pool and spa, interactive water play area, fire pits, barbeques, restrooms and showers exclusively for Greenwood residents.
Greenwood is being built in four neighborhoods: Sheldon, Huntley, Crawford and Stafford. Prices range from the low $700,000s to the low $1 millions.
The first residents are expected to move into Greenwood in October, Standard Pacific spokeswoman Danielle Tocco said.
Standard Pacific is also expected to officially merge this fall with Ryland Homes, forming the fourth largest homebuilding company in the nation. When that transaction closes, Foel will retire from his position as chairman of Standard Pacific’s board.
The City of Tustin circulated for public review and comment in Spring 2015 a Notice of Preparation (NOP) of a Supplemental Environmental Impact Report (SEIR) and Initial Study for the Tustin Legacy Specific Plan Amendment (described throughout as “Amended Specific Plan,” “Specific Plan Amendment,” “proposed project,” or “modified project”).
The City of Tustin has now entered into an Exclusive Negotiation Agreement with Lincoln Property Company, a Dallas-based real estate developer with Southern California offices, to pursue development for Cornerstone I at Tustin Legacy.
A prime pocket of real estate, smack in the middle of Orange County, was halfway built out when the recession hit.
The city is moving forward with construction projects at Tustin Legacy, including building extensions to Warner and Armstrong avenues that will help lay the infrastructure groundwork at the former base.
The U.S. Navy has finished stabilizing the northern hangar at the former Tustin Marine base following a partial roof collapse in October and a delayed construction schedule.
The city’s flagship park is expected to open at the Tustin Legacy by 2016, a 31.5-acre, $13.1 million endeavor that will include more than 20 sports fields and courts, a veterans memorial and a skate plaza.
Standard Pacific Homes broke ground on 375 single family homes at Tustin Legacy this month, the first set of single-family homes to be built at Tustin Legacy in two years. The development, called Greenwood in Tustin Legacy, will be built on 78 acres near Jamboree Road and The District at Tustin Legacy.
On Saturday, November 23, 2013, the City of Tustin held a Ribbon Cutting on the newly built bridge over Edinger Avenue, to celebrate the opening of the Tustin Ranch Road Extension project. The public was invited to participate in the celebration and pedestrian and bicycles were welcome to take a historic walk or ride on the road before its official opening to vehicles. The road itself opened to vehicles on Sunday, November 24, 2013.
On Monday October 7, there was a partial collapse of a roof structure located on one of the two historic hangars located at the former Marine Corps Air Station (MCAS) in the City of Tustin. Fortunately, no one was hurt and several employees located at the site were able to evacuate. Due to the diligent work of the Orange County Fire Authority, in cooperation with the Navy and City of Tustin Building Department, the North Hangar has been secured.
The City of Tustin and the South Orange County Community College District (SOCCCD) today announced an exchange of real property at the former Marine Corps Air Station (MCAS) Tustin, now known as Tustin Legacy.
At its August 7th meeting, the Tustin City Council voted to enter into an Exclusive Agreement to Negotiate with Regency Centers to develop a 185,000-square-foot neighborhood center. The grocery-anchored center will include approximately 100,000 square feet of convenience-based uses such as a pharmacy, service retailers, eateries and restaurants, a 45,000-square-foot fitness center and 40,000 square feet for medical office space.
On April 25, 2011, the Tustin City Council approved the"Tustin Legacy Disposition Strategy for the Former Master Development Footprint" (View the Executive Summary). With the termination of the Master Developer in the Summer of 2010, the City Council in the Fall of 2010 directed staff in conjunction with their consultant team to prepare of a disposition strategy for the former master developer footprint. The purpose of the effort was to reframe the City's approach for marketing and development of the property and to specifically identify potential early implementation opportunities.