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Aliso Viejo was developed initially in the early 1980s on previously uninhabited land that was a dairy farm. It is an affluent city, with median family incomes well above $100,000. The planned community had 5,000 acres (20 km2) of commercial and industrial space when it was incorporated in 2001; however, since that time over 1/3 of those business have closed or moved to other cities due to changes in market conditions. As a result there are only 2200 businesses currently operating out of the original more than 5300 commercial spaces available for rent at its peak. History [ edit ] The first inhabitants were members of the agricultural Gabrielino/Tongva tribe who lived here for thousands of years. Their major regional center was at present-day San Juan Capistrano, where they had built an extensive networkof villages interconnected by a trade system extending as far as Central California.