Marilyn Kalfus, business writer at the Orange County Register who specializes in real estate wrote today’s Sunday Real Estate Section lead story about the evolving nature of 21st Century “suburban” living. With land at a premium and a statewide housing shortage for California’s growing population, the move toward densification or high rise living even in places like Orange County is real. But what’s coming out the ground in many communities doesn’t fit traditional classifications of development. It’s not classic urban and it’s not the ranch-style suburban or track housing that has for so long defined the Orange County way of life. According to noted Irvine-based real estate consultant John Burns the new label is “surban.” FivePoint’s newest Irvine community, Parasol Park, which has its grand opening in two weeks, falls squarely into this category, a cross between city life and the suburbs as we have known it here in the land of backyards and front lawns. Exciting to see the county mature and shape the future.