POMONA ARTS COLONY
Downtown Pomona, CA
The Pomona Arts Colony, Arteco's flagship development, is a historic neighborhood dedicated to the creative arts, creative commerce, education, and urban living. The Arts Colony is home to Artist Lofts, the Second Saturday Art Walk, and numerous works of Public Art.
Among the many different developments done by Arteco in the Arts Colony neighborhood are the Progress Building and its basement art gallery; the Founder's Building; the Union Block; the Fox Theater; the Glass House; Acerogami; the Oxarart Block; the Wright Brothers Building; the Wurl Building; the Armory Lofts; the Tate Building; the Opera Garage; the Civic Center; and the School of Arts and Enterprise.
To find out more, check out PomonaArtsColony.com.
EMPORIA ART DISTRICT
Downtown Ontario, CA
The Emporia Arts District, located in historic and eclectic Downtown Ontario, is a neighborhood built, designed, and managed to support the creative arts. The District is poised to generate a true sense of community and creative energy among its creative professionals and artists in residence.
The Emporia District's Live/Work Lofts are an urban development designed for those who would like to capture all the possibilities of living and working at the same address. There is also a quarterly Art Walk and Loft Tour through the Emporia Arts District where you can see the creative spaces that are utilized by the artists and entrepreneurs who live and work in the district.
For more information, check out OntarioArtLofts.com.
Located in the heart of Claremont, "Claremont Village" is a popular collection of street-front small stores, boutiques, art galleries, offices, and restaurants. Claremont has been a winner of the National Arbor Day Association's "Tree City USA" award for 22 consecutive years. When the city incorporated in 1907, local citizens started what has become the city's tree-planting tradition. In 2007, Claremont Village was expanded, adding a cinema, a boutique hotel, offices, and retail space - including Arteco's famous Claremont Packing House.
To learn more about the Claremont Packing House, which has become one of Claremont Village's main attractions, check out their website - or better yet, stop by for a visit!
Temecula is well known for its championship golf courses, a climate that is perfect for serene and beautiful hot-air ballooning adventures, and award-winning wineries nestled in 3,000 acres of picturesque wine country... but that's just the beginning! The town's mix of entertaining activities include museums, theaters, parades and festivals, movies, wildlife preserves, boating and fishing, and plenty of shopping - including Arteco's project, Vail Headquarters, located right in the heart of Temecula.
Vail Headquarters - formerly the 90,000 acre, historic Vail Ranch - has been restored and is now home to multiple shops, restaurants, regular community events (like a farmers market, a weekly "Sunday Funday," and a monthly "Starlight Bazaar"), and also hosts Temecula's first micro-food-hall! Learn more by visiting VailHQ.com.
COOKHOUSE FOOD HALL
For seven decades, the historic 1870 Cookhouse at Vail Headquarters was the location where Vail Ranch’s cooks lived, preparing and serving hearty meals to the working cowboys and ranch hands of the 90,000-acre Vail Ranch. It was the center of ranch life, where the ranching crew and community gathered to eat and drink, discuss work, swap stories and socialize.
Now, the Cookhouse Food Hall at Vail carry out this tradition with four chef-owned and operated kitchens, joined together to create a unique cookhouse dining experience. The Cookhouse will have indoor and outdoor communal dining tables, and counter-ordering. It will be open for breakfast, lunch, dinner and late-night bites every day of the week. Learn more by visiting CookHouseFoodHall.com.
Downtown Riverside is home to the landmark Mission Inn Hotel, the Fox Performing Arts Center, the Riverside Municipal Auditorium and plenty of other notable and historic landmarks. It is also home to the yearly Festival of Lights celebration, a festival that has become well known throughout California and attracts hundreds of thousands of tourists every year.
Downtown Riverside will also soon be home to the Inland Empire's first food hall, Arteco's Riverside Food Lab. Opening in April of 2018, the Food Lab will host fourteen different artisanal eateries (including a craft beer bar and a craft liquor bar) and is already becoming a popular, much-anticipated hub for Inland Empire foodies. Learn more by visiting RiversideFoodLab.com!
Nestled halfway between Los Angeles and Palm Springs, Downtown Redlands offers the perfect mix of small-town charm and modern convenience. Downtown Redlands is speckled with local parks, historic sites, and old orange groves. There is a weekly Market Night on State Street, and many of the shops and restaurants are all within walking distance of one another.
Rich with history, Downtown Redlands will soon be home to its very own food hall inside the historic "MOD Packing House," the last remaining citrus packing house in Redlands, originally built in 1894. This project by Arteco, "The Redlands Public Market," will host over a dozen micro-restaurants and bars, as well as a demonstration kitchen and plenty of indoor and outdoor seating! Learn more by visiting RedlandsPublicMarket.com!