University Park is a neighborhood in Irvine, California that is ideally located near Concordia University, and the University of California, Irvine.
This community offers a combination of residential condos, and single family residences. Most of which were built in the 1960s and are at the center of this neighborhood in the University Community Park. This park features sports fields, sand volleyball courts, racquetball courts, tennis courts, picnic areas, and indoor fitness facilities.
University Park is located on the West side of the 405 Freeway along the California coast. The Chancellor subdivision features two to six bedrooms with 1,592 to 2,859 square feet of living space. Amenities include two-car garages, and large back yards. The neighborhood of University Park Village I has a mixture of houses and condos. There are three to six bedrooms and 1,098 to 2,550 square feet of space in these homes. Most of these homes are single level with open floor plans. Many communities have their own swimming pools, clubhouses, tennis courts, spas, and barbecue areas.
Irvine Unified School District provides quality facilities such as University Park Elementary, Rancho San Joaquin Middle School, and University High School. There are also many private facilities in the city such as Creekside Children’s Center, Spectrum Montessori, and Tarbut V’torah Community Day School.
Residents are near the Orange County John Wayne Airport and Laguna Beach. There are many stores and restaurants at centers like the Irvine Spectrum, Fashion Island, and South Coast Plaza which has stores like Sears and Nordstrom. There are several golf courses close by like the Rancho San Joaquin Golf Course, the Shady Canyon Golf Club, and the Strawberry Farms Golf Club.
Irvine is a planned community in Orange County that is considered to be one of the safest cities in this region. Top employers include UCI, the public school district, Blizzard Entertainment, Broadcom Corporation, and Edwards Lifesciences.
5050 Barranca Parkway, Irvine, CA 92604-4652
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