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Main Street Village Apartments in Irvine, CA – The Epitome of Coastal Chic & Chill

Main Street Village Apartments

When picturing the ideal home, it doesn’t get any better than a resort-style dwelling with lots of greenery and plenty of pools for soaking in sunny California — and our property of the week is nothing short of ideal.

Main Street Village Apartments is the definition of amenities galore in a comfy environment that’s ideally located in the heart of Orange County. Here, culture, entertainment and relaxation are all at your fingertips in one of OC’s most vibrant neighborhoods. So, let’s peek inside Main Street Village and see what the community and its stunning apartments have to offer.

Main Street Village Apartments

  • Property name: Main Street Village
  • Full address: 2555 Main Street, Irvine, CA 92614
  • Neighborhood: Irvine Business Complex
  • Floor plans available: 1-bedroom, 2-bedrooms, 3-bedrooms
  • Price range: $2,295 to $7,189
  • Pet-friendly: Yes

Main Street Village Apartments

Community amenities

  • Resort-style pool
  • Junior Olympic pool
  • Wading pool
  • Two spacious hot tubs
  • Poolside cabanas
  • Tranquil Zen garden & lounge
  • Secluded outdoor fireplaces & fire pits
  • Spacious BBQ gathering areas
  • Fresh community garden
  • Basketball court
  • Playground
  • Spacious dog park
  • Luxury clubhouse & gourmet kitchen
  • Community game room with Wii, Xbox 360 & PS3
  • Fitness center with yoga & Pilates studio
  • Spin room
  • Golf simulator room
  • Private parking with controlled entry access
  • Electric vehicle charging stations
  • LEV/FEV parking

Main Street Village ApartmentsApartment amenities

  • Efficient appliances, Whirlpool energy star dishwasher & refrigerator
  • Energy-efficient water heater
  • Water reducing faucets
  • Compact fluorescent recessed lighting
  • Dual-flush high-efficiency toilet
  • Hardwood floors
  • High ceilings
  • Occupancy sensor switch in bathrooms
  • Low VOC (volatile organic compounds) paint
  • Fireplace
  • Washer & dryer
  • Large closets
  • Patio/balcony
  • Extra storage

Main Street Village Apartments

Bragging points

The upscale apartments here range from 640 square feet to 1,424 square feet with large closets, patios and balconies, so space is not a problem. The extra storage available is also a nice bonus!

Notably, one of the highlights of Main Street Village is that it’s a sustainable community that is LEED Certified. Here, residents enjoy features and amenities incorporated with health and sustainability in mind, such as water-reducing faucets, compact fluorescent, recessed lighting, dual-flush, high-efficiency toilets, paint with low volatile organic compounds and a recycling room on location. Plus, the community encourages its residents to leave their cars at home as much as possible and opt for a bike, instead, by offering bike racks and extensive bicycle parking on-site. However, if a car is a must, residents have access to private parking with controlled entry access, garages and covered parking, and electric vehicle charging stations.

There’s no shortage of things to do at Main Street Village Apartments. If biking isn’t enough exercise for you, you can have your pick from Main Street Village’s spin room, golf simulator, basketball court, or state-of-the-art fitness center, equipped with a yoga and Pilates studio. Or, practice your backstroke at the resort-style pool. Plus, these pet-friendly apartments have their very own dog park, so your furry friend can have a little exercise of its own!

Alternatively, if leisure is what you’re here for, Main Street Village has got you covered. For instance, let the stress wash away in the Zen garden or in one of the two hot tubs the community has to offer. Or, if your idea of relaxation involves spending time with loved ones, there are plenty of opportunities to do so at Main Street Village! Spend some time with the kids at the playground, take advantage of the game room to play some Wii, Xbox 360 or PS3, gather around the grill in one of the BBQ areas.

Main Street Village Apartments


With an address like 2555 Main St. in Irvine, CA, panoramic views and coastal relaxation are a given. Plus, the downtown Business Complex area is hard to match! A thriving spot for young professionals and families alike, the business hub puts its residents within close proximity to transportation options, while also offering cultural spots, as well as entertainment and career opportunities at their fingertips. This OC neighborhood is flourishing with an increasing number of opportunities for fine dining, culture, shopping and entertainment. The Main Street Village community is also close to Segerstrom Center for the Arts and Verizon Wireless Amphitheater and even has a walkable bridge granting direct access to the Diamond Jamboree Shopping Center.

Check out more photos that are sure to make up anyone’s mind about living at Main Street Village Apartments:

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Photos courtesy of RENTCafé.

Curious to see more high-comfort apartments in Irvine, CA? Then read about Skyloft Apartments, which is also located in the Irvine Business Center area.

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Alexandra Ciuntu

Alexandra is a creative writer and researcher for RENTCafé. With a background in e-learning content writing and a passion for knowledge-sharing platforms, she has previously covered topics from prop-tech to renters insurance. She now enjoys researching and writing about the renting lifestyle, renter demographic shifts, and residential real estate market trends and news. You can connect with Alexandra via email.

Alexandra’s work includes collaborations with financial and business publications. Her articles have been featured in several national and international online publications, including the New York Times, Barrons, Inman, Marketwatch, Bisnow, Curbed, and Her educational background includes a B.A. in Japanese and English and an M.A. in Journalism and Cultural Studies.

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