It Started with Valencia

In 1967, the first residents moved to Valencia, a community adjacent to Newhall Ranch developed as a planned community by the same local developer. Today, the community has grown to more than 60,000 residents and has earned many accolades, including “best place to live” and one of the “top five business friendly cities” in Los Angeles County.

Valencia has high-performing schools, an open-air shopping center, and important community institutions including the California Institute for the Arts, the College of the Canyons, a state-of-the-art hospital and county government center. It’s home to thriving biotech, technology, entertainment, healthcare and aerospace sectors, and is headquarters to such leading businesses as Sunkist and Princess Cruises.

Much like Valencia, Newhall Ranch will come with high-quality schools, recreation facilities, protected open space, and job centers.

Newhall Ranch: The Next Chapter

Net Zero Newhall will be an undertaking of extraordinary ambition and vision – a new paradigm for how developments will be built and Californians should live in the 21st century.

Newhall Ranch will be an economic driver for Southern California, adding 60,000 permanent jobs at buildout and generating more than $800 million a year in state and local taxes – in addition to creating more than 20,000 homes for the Santa Clarita Valley.

Above all, Newhall Ranch will be a standard-bearer for environmental stewardship by upholding innovative green building practices, protecting 10,000 acres of open space, and reducing or mitigating all net greenhouse gas emissions from the project and its construction to zero.

Delivered by FivePoint

FivePoint is the parent company of Newhall Ranch, and the largest owner and developer of mixed-use master planned communities in coastal California. Harnessing the resources and expertise of FivePoint will enable Newhall Ranch to follow through on the incredibly ambitious commitment we have made to be the most environmentally sustainable master planned community in California, if not the nation, while building on the celebrated legacy of neighboring Valencia.