Irvine where to live?

Irvine Soak Creek Neighborhood — Irvine's Best Neighborhood for Professionals, Turtle Rock — Affluent Irvine Suburb for Families, Northwood Point — Safer Irvine Neighborhood for Families, University Park — Dense Suburb Adjacent to UC Irvine, El Camino Real — Spacious Neighborhood in Irvine. Irvine has 278 days of sunshine a year on average and is close to Huntington, Newport and Laguna Beach. But perfect weather isn't the only reason Irvine was named one of Money's best places to live; the area also has a low unemployment rate of 2.9% and a growing economy. More than 15,000 residents agree that West Park is a great place to live.

This neighborhood offers residents lower crime rates and lower housing prices than other nearby neighborhoods. Staying active is one of the most important aspects of the lifestyle of West Park residents. There are several gym options located throughout the neighborhood. The Fitness Camp, Personal Best Fitness and SeaFit Irvine are among the most popular options.

The neighborhood also has several parks located throughout the area. These parks include; Springacre Park, Woodfern Park, SmoPark and San Marco Park. There are also several education options for West Park residents, including the AOI College of Languages. Shopping, dining and entertainment options are also available throughout the area.

State-of-the-art public transportation offered throughout the city of Irvine makes it easy to access these locations. Each community has its “original owners” on the block: the family that bought something new, knows the history of the neighborhood, and has seen a generation of children raised and raised.