1, 2, & 3 Bedroom Luxury Rentals Coming to Irvine, CA
Located at 1000 Elements Way in Irvine, CA, Elements is a brand new luxury apartment community opening soon. This modern, urban community promises to offer luxury amenities that will satisfy anyone looking to live near some of Irvine’s largest employers, while having many conveniences right at their doorsteps. Here’s a sneak peek at what residents of Elements will find.
Inside the Apartments
Elements features one, two & three bedroom apartments for rent. Depending on the size of the unit, you will have access to either one or two bathrooms. Some units will include expansive patios and private balconies. Information about additional amenities will be released closer to the opening.
As a luxury apartment community, Elements will feature a wide selection of luxurious amenities. Elements will offer include a swimming pool, a spa, a fitness center, a bowling alley, and more. There will be plenty of amenities for children as well, including a playground, an arcade, and a kid’s club.
For residents who want to stay physically active, Elements will offer a rock climbing wall, a golf simulator, a bocce ball court, a basketball court, shuffleboarding, and more. Elements is a pet-friendly community, and will feature a dog park and a dog wash.
For those of you with children, Elements falls under the Irvine Unified Pubic School District. Below are the schools your children can attend:
Elementary School:University Park Elementary School
Middle School:Rancho San Joaquin Middle School
High School:University High School
What to Do in Irvine, CA
Thanks to Elements’ prime location, you will have easy access to the large collection of upscale locations in Irvine, CA. One place you can soak up the sun is the Orange County Great Park, which features amenities for tennis, soccer, volleyball, and more. In addition, you can ride in a giant hot air balloon and get a good view of the surrounding area. You can also check out K1 Speed, an indoor go-kart racing complex with two professionally designed tracks.
Another good place to check out is the San Joaquin Wildlife Sanctuary, a 300-acre wildlife preserve that houses a wide variety of different birds. You can also visit the William R. Mason Regional Park, which features volleyball courts, an amphitheater, picnic areas, and a 9-acre lake.