Rich in culture, lifestyle, and entertainment options, Ontario is more than a place to live. We’ve cultivated a community that we’re proud to call our home.
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, the 131-room Element by Westin Hotel, and the 11,000-seat Toyota Arena, home to concerts, sporting events, and hundreds of other events throughout the year. The City has begun the second phase of the Piemonte development, which includes over 2,000 new urban residential units, luxury retail, grocery-anchored retail, and upscale dining.
The eight block, historic and pedestrian-friendly downtown offers an open-air amphitheater and community park, over 1,000 housing units, retail and commercial space, dining options and other amenities. Development will begin on the new high-density residential units, ground level retail and service commercial space, and public parking structure.
Thoughtfully planned and attainably priced, Ontario Ranch is a master-planned community spanning over 8,000 acres and 13 square miles. Ontario Ranch offers brand new neighborhoods with abundant resort-style recreation, parks, and family-oriented living. Over the next 20 years, Ontario Ranch will welcome 46,000 spacious homes, new schools, and millions of square feet in retail, office, commercial, and industrial spaces.