Not sure what you're smelling. I only smell fertilizer in the area. Doesn't answer my question eitherI was driving up Jamboree from Barranca this past Wed night, and I caught a nasty whiff of odor that smelled kind of like paint (doughy but without much of the chemically smell). I look immediately to the right and there's what looks like a cement factory or whatever. Quick check minutes ago indicated a paper factory behind it. Could the smell be from either of those? Five seconds after, I pass Tustin Legacy on the left side. Talk about a double whammy.
The whole area bordered by Tustin ranch road, jamboree, edinger and moffett will become homes at some point. It’s all part of the Legacy build out plan. With the schools in place now and legacy magnet academy opening up through 12 grade hopefully it will speed up some of the development.Do you have more information about this?
There are lots of docs and pdfs out there, so it can get a bit overwhelming. Here's the general link that shows where residential will be vs other types of development within Tustin Legacy:Do you have more information about this?
this was really helpful, appreciate it.There are lots of docs and pdfs out there, so it can get a bit overwhelming. Here's the general link that shows where residential will be vs other types of development within Tustin Legacy:
How would we get updated about this? Has there been any actual known plans beyond "Future residential area" from the interactive map?If the future residential site by Moffett between jamboree and Tustin ranch road pans out, it will be nice. But it has to pan out first though, might take years before we see homes ready to be sold. And the plans might go through several iterations. More new homes and homes particularly built on this of side of Irvine/Tustin would be great. The advantage this area has over the Great park/portola springs is that retail is already well developed here. I know the district can get crowded but when you have 3 targets, 3 grocery stores and 3 movie theaters within a 3 mile radius, shows there is no shortage of retail options. If you don’t like one, just go to another one. Convenience and access to jobs by the airport and the new magnet school is a bonus.
The single family detached places look like they're a nice size and pretty upscale. We'll see how it's actually executed. I feel like Tustin does a pretty good job of making places look like the renderings. If so, this will be nice. It reminds me of Playa Vista or some of the areas of San Diego like Civita.I think this is the announcement of the new development vision for neighborhood G that is by the metro link station I believe.
SF homes show around the 3:30 mark and townhomes/flats show after.
Neighborhood G (Transit Village) is bounded by Tustin Ranch Road to the west, Edinger Avenue to the north, Moffett Drive to the south and Jamboree Road to the east.www.tustinca.org