Intracorp Breaks Ground on New Urban Boutique Neighborhood in the Heart of Irvine, California

IRVINE, CA - Intracorp has broken ground on the construction of LUX, its newest urban community in Orange County, CA. Having a well-established reputation for building quality homes in North America, Intracorp is developing LUX as a boutique enclave of luxury townhomes in the heart of Irvine.

This urban community of townhomes takes an exclusive approach to urban housing that features contemporary design, quality construction, and investment value. The development is conceived as a private, quiet, urban neighborhood experience that is also easily accessible to an exceptional mix of greater Orange County’s dining, shopping, recreation, entertainment, education, and transportation.

These groundbreaking three-story open-concept townhomes feature 2 to 4 bedrooms with direct access 2-car garages and range from 1,587 to 2,077 square feet. Unlike in other Irvine communities, LUX townhomes do not have Mello Roos, and offer a low tax rate, low HOA fees and additionally benefit from Irvine’s highly rated school district. The urban boutique neighborhood is designed around a private park area with barbecues, dining tables, and useable green space.

Amenities and services abound. LUX is in ready proximity to prestigious Southern California beaches, the John Wayne Airport, Irvine MetroLink, South Coast Plaza, Fashion Island, Segerstrom Center for the Arts, Park Place and UCI.

“Our company is very pleased to announce we’ve broken ground on LUX, our newest urban neighborhood in Southern California,” stated Intracorp Vice President, Development, Rick Puffer. “LUX represents our luxury boutique approach to the contemporary urban community. It exemplifies our ongoing commitment and innovation in building quality urban homes and neighborhoods that combine convenience and affordability for a unique So Cal living experience. LUX homeowners will be part of the Irvine School District and one of the first new home communities to be assigned to University High School in quite some time.”