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The District at Tustin Legacy

The District at Tustin Legacy Developed by Vestar/Kimco and opened since 2007. The District is Orange County’s newest regional shopping and entertainment destination located on the corner of Jamboree Road and Barranca Parkway. The one million square foot center features The Promenade with over 250,00 square feet anchored by a state-of-the-art 14-screen mega plex movie theater complex with restaurants, bistros, …

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Airship prepares for first flight

  Submarine-type airship prepares for first flight A futuristic airship took its first tentative steps toward flight this month, floating up to 40 feet in the air inside one of the hulking blimp hangars in Tustin. Many more tests are planned before the Aeroscraft – an ungainly zeppelin that mimics a submarine – can leave the hangar for its maiden …

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End is near for Tustin legal battle

  End is near for Tustin legal battle Nearly three years after the first lawsuit was filed, a legal battle between Tustin Unified and The City of Tustin could be close to resolution. The trial resolution will determine if Tustin Unified School District needs city approval for construction on school campuses. A settlement is still possible, though the two public …

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Tustin Marine Corps Hangar History

  Tustin Marine Corps Hangar History Seventeen stories high, over 1,000 feet long, 300 feet wide and each with a floor area of over 5 acres under one roof. The Tustin hangars are two of the largest wood structures in the world. Who built them? And why? The answers are not hard to understand and they all lead back to …

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Tustin Legacy Development Advancing

  Tustin Legacy Development Advancing Plans to build a new shopping center and two new hotels advanced this month in Tustin. The City Council named Regency Centers as the developer of a grocery-anchored 185,000-square-foot shopping center in the Tustin Legacy development, located on the former Tustin Marine Corps air base. Also, R.D. Olson Development of Irvine broke ground on the …

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Tustin Legacy is temporarily sold out!

  Tustin Legacy is temporarily sold out! The three communities that were actively selling (Ainsley Park – Columbus Grove, Mirabella – Columbus Square and Augusta – Columbus Square) are now completely sold out. To search resale homes in any of these communities click on “Tustin Field I,” “Tustin Field II,” “Columbus Grove” or “Columbus Square” under “Search Available Properties” on …

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Coventry Court – Luxury Senior Apartments at Tustin Legacy

  Coventry Court – Luxury Senior Apartments at Tustin Legacy! Discover luxury senior living at Coventry Court Apartments at the Villages of Columbus; Tustin Legacy’s newest 55+ community is now available and just minutes from all that Orange County has to offer. Floor plans range from 923 to 1,779 (all two bedroom, 2 bath) and monthly rent ranges from $1,785 …

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Irvine Homebuilder Picked to Build More Homes at Tustin Legacy

The Tustin City Council picked Irvine homebuilder Standard Pacific Homes to build 231 to 238 new homes at the Tustin Legacy project, a massive redevelopment on the former Marine Corps air base. A dozen builders had applied to be the first to build for-sale homes on the 51-acre parcel located near Jamboree Road north of Warner Avenue. The Irvine Co. …

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Augusta – Columbus Square – 1 Home Left

One home came back and is now available in Augusta at Columbus Square in Tustin Legacy The specifics of the home available are: Lot 186/Plan 2AR (Exterior is Spanish Elevation) 1432 Charleston St. 2780 sf Very desirable floorplan with Downstairs-Master Bedroom + Bedroom Upstairs-2 Bedrooms + Loft (This is not the model) $719,990 Move in January 2013 Taxes & Mello …

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Southern California Home Prices Rose in July

Southern California home prices jumped to their highest levels in nearly four years last month, lifted by sales in pricier coastal regions, a research firm said Tuesday. The median price for new and existing houses and condominiums in the six-county region reached $306,000 in July, up 8.1 percent from $283,000 the same period last year, DataQuick reported. It was the …

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