The City is filled with shopping centers which are flourishing in today's recovering economic climate. Data shows that retail sales per capita have been increasing since 2009 and are above the Orange County average.
The City, along with its strategic partners, are always looking to improve current infrastructure to support current shopping centers. Centers like Oakbrook Village, The Courtyard at La Paz, and The Village at Nellie Gail Ranch have undergone major renovations with the support of the City in order to increase foot traffic and business appeal.
While small to medium sized businesses form the backbone of the economy of Laguna Hills and family-owned establishments have been a major part of the community since the 1990's, the City is open to new retail and restaurant development to help serve local residents.
The City views expanding local retail as a priority as it will reduce residents' shopping trips to adjacent cities, reduce vehicle trips, and enhance the overall quality of life.
Not Just Retail:
While the City values its retail businesses, it also is an excellent location for small office and light manufacturing companies because of its different leasing opportunities scattered throughout the city.
Laguna Hills has a substantial supply of Class A office space as well as small to midsize industrial building space that is ready to be used by your business.