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Tustin

About Tustin

69,665 in city
17,820,893 in metro
29 km² (11 mi²)
42.9773226042 m
Tustin is a small suburban town which lies between Santa Ana and Irvine. The original town was established by orange grower Columbus Tustin in the early 1900s, along a stretch of El Camino Real, as an agrarian trading post. The town remained largely rural until World War 2, when the military built a large Air Force base on the city's eastern border. The city, which grew up around the base following WWII, continued to feel a strong military identity until the base was finally shut down in 1997. Today, the main attraction is The Market Place, a sprawling shopping district begun in 1988, which has since expanded to cover four city blocks in two cities.

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No. of Buildings

No. Current status
21 All Buildings
21
existing

Tallest Buildings

# Building Height Year
1 MCAS Tustin Hangar 2 180 ft 1943
2 MCAS Tustin Hangar 1 180 ft 1943
3 Tustin Gardens - 1975
4 275 Centennial Way - 1963
5 150 El Camino Real - 1982

Building types

No. Type
17 low-rise building
2 hall
1 open-air structure
1 mast (pole)