Big Plans for Tustin Air Base

Big Plans for Tustin Air Base

Over the past several years, coming out of the housing downturn, Tustin Air Base has seen significant development activity. However, with more than 400 acres of land still undeveloped and a development-oriented city manager in Jeffrey Parker, the base is likely to see much more activity in the coming years. In addition to an estimated future 3,100 housing units, parks, new retail and commercial and a redevelopment of at least one of the massive hangars on-site are on the table. If vision becomes reality, Tustin Air Base could become a new focal point for central Orange County.

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Steve Devorak is a former Director of Land Acquisition and Project Manager with extensive experience in the Southern California land market.

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