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New Development in Ontario, California
One of California's first-planned communities, Ontario, was established as a Model Colony and has always attracted those seeking a brighter future — from early farmers and citrus growers who settled the land to visionary entrepreneurs realizing new fortunes in industry, distribution, commercial development, retail trade and technology.
As initially designed, Euclid Avenue is a wide, double boulevard with a center parkway and tree-shaded streets. Even today, street after tree-lined street includes historic Craftsman Bungalow, Period Revival, Victorian, Mission and Ranch style homes. Ontario's location advantages have led to a powerful surge in employment, payroll and retail sales. Thus, Ontario is building a "Complete Community" with urban lifestyle districts that create sustainable places to live, work and play.
Urban Neighborhoods in Ontario, California
The new Lifestyle Center at Fourth Street, between Haven and Milliken Avenues, Piemonte includes fully leased Class A office space, a retail center and the 11,000-seat Citizens Business Bank Arena home to concerts, hockey and hundreds of other events throughout the year. Next phases of development will include urban residential, luxury retail and upscale dining choices, as well as a 100-plus room hotel.
Historic Guasti District
Developed by Oliver McMillan on the site of the historic Guasti winery, this entertainment district will incorporate prime retail, Class A office space, urban living components and two upscale hotels.
Ontario Town Square
The $200 million project features a high quality, pedestrian-oriented development with nearly 800 housing units and 72,000 square feet of ground floor retail, a community park and restaurants — right at the heart of Ontario’s Downtown.
The 8,200-acre master planned development features new homes and commercial space that are artfully woven into unique communities where families can gather at clubhouses, parks and retail centers. Read more.