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Planning Commission to review Standard Pacific Development Plans

Planning Commission to review Standard Pacific Development Plans The Planning Commission for the City of Tustin is scheduled to review and requested to approve the development plans for Standard Pacific at Tustin Legacy. The plan is for the development of 375 residential units on a 78 acre site. The meeting is scheduled for Tuesday, December 10th, and will include the …

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Tustin Ranch Road Opens

  Tustin Ranch Road Opens Drivers can now take Tustin Ranch Road straight from the 5 freeway to The District at Tustin Legacy shopping center, a route expected to ease congestion on neighboring roads. The $40 million, 1.4-mile route connects the 5 freeway to The District shopping center. The extension from Walnut to Warner avenues opened to cars after Saturday’s …

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Tustin Legacy future development

  Tustin Legacy future development The future development of Tustin Legacy is said to continue for another 20+ years. An additional 2,100 homes, along with 6 to 7 million square feet of non-residential space (i.e. retail, restaurant, office, entertainment), new roadways, parkland, open spaces and infrastructure is still in the works. The City of Tustin continues to move forward with …

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Roof failure at Tustin base damages airship

Roof failure at Tustin base damages airship A 25-foot-by-25-foot hole opened up in the roof of the Tustin airship hangar housing the Aeroscraft on Monday morning. Orange County Fire Authority firefighters responded to a call of a partial collapse of the roof about 7:45 Monday morning, causing damage to the craft and causing helium to leak into the structure. Click …

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Massive experimental airship hovers in test flight but wind forces quick landing

Massive experimental airship hovers in test flight but wind forces quick landing A massive experimental airship briefly lumbered into the skies in front of the former military base in Tustin, Calif., where shifting winds kept it from making its first untethered flight. The 266-foot-long Aeroscraft was built by Worldwide Aeros Corp. with more than $50 million in funding from the …

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Tustin Firm Moves Closer To Flight Testing Blimp-Style Cargo Aircraft

Tustin Firm Moves Closer To Flight Testing Blimp-Style Cargo Aircraft An Orange County aerospace firm will soon begin flight tests for a new high-tech blimp-style aircraft designed to carry oversized cargo. Tustin-based Worldwide Aeros Corp. designed the 266-foot-long Aeroscraft, a 36,000-pound, blimp-like aircraft made of aluminum and carbon fiber, as part of the “Dragon Dream” project. The Aeroscraft, which incorporates …

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Prototype airship nears first test flight

Prototype airship nears first test flight An experimental airship came a step closer to its first flight last weekend when the silvery “Aeroscraft” zeppelin hovered a few feet off the ground outside the Tustin, Calif. blimp hangar where it’s being built. The Aeroscraft, a 266-foot-long blimp-like cargo ship, is expected to hold its first test flight within the next month, …

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Tustin Park Plan Unveiled

Tustin Park Plan Unveiled Plans for the county of Orange’s proposed park in Tustin, to be developed with the North Hanger – the huge former-blimp hanger at the former Marine Corps Air Station, Tustin – as the centerpiece, have been unveiled. The 85-acre park will provide spaces for outdoor events; ball fields; a giant lawn where children can run and …

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Orange County Welcomes Tustin’s Two Newest Hotels

Orange County Welcomes Tustin’s Two Newest Hotels There are many advantages to being siblings, especially when those siblings are brand-new hotels in Southern California. First and foremost among these is the ability to share. For the Fairfield Inn & Suites Tustin Orange County and the Residence Inn Tustin Orange County, the give-and-take ranges from their address (the two properties, while …

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Tustin Pacific Center Ahead of Schedule

Tustin Pacific Center Ahead of Schedule Plans to build a new shopping center and two new hotels advanced this month in Tustin. The R.D. Olson Construction, a nationwide contracting firm established in 1979 by Bob Olson, is on pace to complete the $60 million mixed-use Tustin Pacific Center ahead of schedule, delivering the latest prototypes of Marriott’s Residence Inn and …

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