The Irvine Spectrum Center in Orange County
The Irvine Spectrum Center is a mall in Orange County, California. It is owned by the Irvine Company. The Spectrum Center is one of the most popular malls in California. It is also one of the largest malls in Orange County. The mall is anchored by Nordstrom, Macy’s, JCPenney, and Sears. The mall also has a Century Theatres movie theater and an improv comedy club. The mall is located near the 71, 5, and 405 freeways.
The Irvine Spectrum Center opened in 1995. The center was built on land that used to be an oil field. The oil field was owned by the Irvine Company. The company decided to build a mall on the land after the oil ran out. The mall was originally going to be called “the Marketplace at Irvine.” However, the name was changed to “Irvine Spectrum Center” before it opened.
The Spectrum Center was designed to be a “town center” for the city of Irvine. The city does not have a traditional downtown area. The Spectrum Center was meant to be a gathering place for residents of Irvine. The mall is located near several residential neighborhoods.
The Spectrum Center has undergone several renovations since it opened. The most recent renovation was completed in 2009. The mall added two new department stores (Nordstrom and Macy’s), a movie theater, and several restaurants.
The Irvine Spectrum Center is a popular mall in Orange County, California. It is anchored by Nordstrom, Macy’s, JCPenney, and Sears. The mall also has a Century Theatres movie theater and an improv comedy club. The Spectrum Center underwent its most recent renovation in 2009 and continues to be one of the busiest malls in Orange County.