The Southern California urban living experience is receiving an upgrade with its newest townhouse community addition, LUX Irvine.

Created by established real estate developer Intracorp, LUX takes a luxury approach with an exclusive enclave of 39 three-story contemporary townhouses. Residents can enjoy a unique urban living experience within the award-winning Irvine School District, a luxe lifestyle centered on contemporary design, easy access to the coolest dining, entertainment and cultural events in the region, and a real estate opportunity like no other.

“LUX embodies what is exceptional about Southern California urban living,” said Intracorp Vice President of Development Rick Puffer. “A boutique community of luxury residences that enjoy quiet and privacy, top public schools within the Irvine Unified School District and other great amenities that Irvine and its surrounding cities offer.”

The open-concept townhouses will range from 1,587 to 2,077 square feet, featuring three to four bedrooms and attached two-car garages. The townhouse features large windows to provide lots of natural light, and walk-in closets give plenty of room for wardrobe and storage. All are equipped with energy-efficient kitchens, utilizing modern appliances and fittings. Residents share a community park that has built-in barbecues, dining tables, a shade trellis and open turf area. There is also easy access to other outdoor recreation, such as Orange County beaches and the Orange County Great Park.


A great place for modern families, LUX is one of the final new home communities assigned to award-winning University High School, ensuring an A+ education for children. Residents’ transportation options abound with Irvine and Tustin Metrolink and John Wayne Airport close by. South Coast Plaza, Fashion Island, Segerstrom Center for the Arts, Park Place and UCI are also easy connects.

Homes at LUX will be offered from the mid $800,000s, with models to open in fall of 2018. Unlike other real estate investments in Irvine, LUX townhouses benefit from a low tax rate and low HOA fees.

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