Newhall Ranch: Up to
Located on approximately 30,000 acres in one of the last growth corridors of northern Los Angeles County, Newhall Ranch®/Valencia® is comprised of two adjacent communities in the Santa Clarita Valley. Valencia is FivePoint’s award-winning master-planned community, which includes approximately 20,000 homesites on 15,000 acres. Newhall Ranch – the second phase of the development – includes plans for approximately 21,500 homesites on 15,000 acres.
Acclaimed as one of the Best Places to Live in California by CNN Money Magazine, and rated by John Burns Real Estate Consulting as one of the Top 21 Master Planned Communities in the Nation, Valencia sets the stage for FivePoint's further development in this area, with its top-rated primary and secondary schools, sought-after recreational spaces, and The Valencia Town Center, which combines, retail, office, and residential space, serves as an ideal venue for summer concerts and festivals and acts as the heart of the community at large.
Newhall Ranch will build upon Valencia’s success by creating a community that celebrates history, embraces nature, prioritizes education, encourages wellness, fosters connections, and provides walking distance access to jobs, education, shopping, dining, and entertainment.
Newhall Ranch: Up to
15 neighborhood parks
to date; approximately 3,000 acres of open space; more than 30 miles of bridges,
trails, and paseos
Newhall Ranch: Plans for approximately 275 acres of parks, 60 miles of trails, and
11,000 acres of
25 million square feet
of commercial and industrial space
Newhall Ranch: Plans for approximately
of commercial space
8 elementary, 2 junior high schools, and 2 high schools; FivePoint donated the land for two area colleges: College of the Canyons and the California Institute for the Arts
Newhall Ranch: Anticipated
5 elementary, 1 junior high, and 1 high school
Anticipated benefits during development
created during construction
$7.6 billion generated
$805.9 million generated
$20.9 billion generated
All numbers are approximate. Source: Beacon Economics