BY KP SANDERS
Eastvale – It seems like you can’t drive on any main street in the City of Eastvale without seeing a significant construction project underway. If you’ve been following this article, you know that our beautiful City, already home to more than 57,000 residents, is in the process of building out the majority of the open land still available.
Our population will increase through the hundreds of homes being constructed throughout the City, and jobs will become available through new businesses – with revenue generated through both key components of a thriving metropolis. It’s exciting to see the transformation of Eastvale, especially if you have been here for a while. It almost makes the few cows you see here and there seem quaint, instead of being responsible for the successful agricultural Dairyland it was decades ago. But time marches on and progress continues for Eastvale.
As decisions are still being made for one of the biggest pieces of acreage, the Leal property on the northwest corner of Limonite and Hamner avenues, other projects are nearing completion. Auto Zone and Starbucks, at Archibald and Schleisman, look to be opening their doors soon.
The beautiful new homes, Estancia East and West, located at Citrus and Granja Vista del Rio just opened their stunning model homes. The Desi ‘Arnaz Ranch’ home is visible from the models, directly behind the Desi Collection model. This is perhaps the most charming of all the new homes and an obvious tribute to Mr. Arnaz’ love of Spanish style architecture, with equestrian and musical décor abundant throughout.
There are a few new businesses coming to Eastvale. Look for Tio’s Tacos and Cellular Repair to open soon in the Gateway Center (next to Pick Up Stix); and Boba2Go Coffee and Tea (next to Albertson’s).