"Managing Creative Communities"
We Construct Creative Communities.
We are a Pomona-based, innovative “re-developer,” focusing on constructing creative communities through adaptive-reuse of historic structures and in-fill development in mixed-use downtown neighborhoods throughout Inland Southern California.
Claremont Packing House
Formerly the College Heights Citrus Packing House, the Claremont Packing House was restored by Arteco Partners in 2007. Historic features were preserved, while improvements were made for a vibrant mix of lofts, offices, galleries, boutiques, and entertainment venues. The Packing House is now a centerpiece of community life - the largest historic building in Claremont Village and one of its landmark attractions.
The Riverside Food Lab
Riverside Food Lab is a communal food hall featuring 14 artisanal eateries and bars — a culinary showcase that connects Riverside's agricultural roots with the latest trends in foodie culture. Established restaurateurs and food entrepreneurs share a state-of-the-art communal space that celebrates the impressive range of Riverside's diverse cuisines.
Riverside Game Lab
Located in the heart of Downtown Riverside, The Riverside Game Lab offers a unique Virtual Reality gaming experience, alongside classic arcade games, pinball machines, and more. As part of the Fox Entertainment Plaza, we are only feet from both the Fox Performing Arts Theatre and Riverside Food Lab. We offer over 60 Video Arcades, Pinballs, Basketball and Air Hockey games, six virtual reality stations, and our exclusive VR Suite.
Originally the headquarters of the famous 90,000-acre Vail Cattle Ranch in Temecula, CA, Arteco Partners has transformed this one-of-a-kind, 4-acre setting and its remaining 6 buildings into a go-to destination for locals and travelers with restaurants, boutiques, community events and live entertainment.
Cookhouse at Vail Headquarters
The historic 1915 Cookhouse at Vail Headquarters was for seven decades the location that ranch cooks lived, prepared and served hearty meals to the working cowboys and ranch hands of the 90,000 acre Vail Ranch. It was in many ways the center of ranch life- where the ranching crew and community gathered to eat and drink, discuss work, swap stories and socialize. The Cookhouse carries on this tradition today.
The Redlands Public Market
The historic Mutual Orange Distributors (MOD) Packinghouse, built in 1912 as a citrus packing house, stood vacant for many years until being purchased by Arteco Partners. Now, this landmark building's rich history will be preserved as it becomes a culinary marketplace that celebrates Redlands' agricultural heritage and today's finest hand-crafted cuisines. The Redlands Public Market will showcase more than a dozen eateries and food artisans that will attract residents regularly and turn visitors into food tourists.