Eastvale’s vision is to create a dynamic, distinctive downtown with mixed-use, retail, office, hotel, housing, public spaces and a civic center. The property will feature high-quality architecture and design to create a sense of place while enhancing the aesthetic and visual quality of the neighborhood—bringing in a more compact and urban form of development to the city. Downtown Eastvale will provide new and unique opportunities for various business uses.
160 Areas of Mixed-Use:
- 16.5 acres of City-controlled downtown area
- Up to 595,00 sq. ft. of retail and commercial property including entertainment and a hotel
- 14 acres of parks and open space
- Civic center: City hall, a library and innovation center, police station and fire station
- Up to 2,500 new homes
Big City Development With a Local Feel
Eastvale is what a competitive advantage looks like! It’s an ideal place to start or expand your business in building and construction. Experience ‘big city’ development with a ‘local’ feel.
Building and construction are essential to Eastvale’s success and can generate more jobs, bring desired curb appeal, unite community members, and increase home values.
Whether the development is commercial or residential, construction brings economic stability. But finding a balance between growth and enhancing our community character is key to development implementation.
Construction and Development Growth Forecast
Companies specializing in construction and development can expect to acquire work and secure long-term contracts. There are still major areas of land in Eastvale reserved for development that call for the right building and construction agencies. The City of Eastvale is carefully vetting those interested in building the future of our city to match our vision.
Eastvale’s sales tax revenue
between 2016 and 2018
from the building and construction market sector.
Sales Tax Revenue
Between 2016 and 2018, sales tax revenue in Eastvale rose by 9% from building and construction. It has continued to steadily rise year over year showing strong evidence that our community is healthy and continuing to grow.
Economic and Social Impact
When you see businesses expanding, new commercial buildings being constructed, new neighborhoods being built, and existing homes being renovated, it signifies a growing community.
Construction has a direct impact on our economy, as it creates jobs which also has a trickle-down effect on other business growth including:
• Real estate
• …and so much more
The city of Eastvale relies on commercial and residential growth for our continued existence and marrying these efforts to our community’s character is key to our success.
The Economic Development Department is seeking to improve our economic position by expanding our labor force, services, and infrastructure that allows locally based businesses to participate more successfully in the marketplace.