Urbana Development has announced the start of construction for "Airway," a new office complex billed as the final component of Douglas Park, a 200-acre master planned business park development located near Long Beach Airport and the 405 Freeway.
The 3.7-acre project, which broke ground on June 22 at 3810 and 3816 Stineman Avenue, will consist of two concrete-frame buildings featuring a combined total of roughly 60,000 square feet, centered on a landscaped courtyard, and accompanied by surface parking for 230 vehicles.
“This is a unique opportunity to offer contemporary office space in an indoor-outdoor setting that speaks to the demand for employers to offer a more conducive work environment as we move beyond the pandemic,” said Urbana principal Richard Lewis. "It’s a privilege to have been one of the first developers at Douglas Park and now to be breaking ground on one of the last projects is surreal.”
DRA Architects and Ridge Landscape Architects are designing Airway, which will consist of two-story structures, which will be divided into 14 individual spaces and marketed for lease or sale. The two buildings are billed as a campus, sharing an amenity space totaling 4,671 square feet.
The project site is located near the Long Beach Exchange, a 26-acre retail complex which is home to The Hanger. Nearby businesses include Virgin Orbit, United Pacific Industries, Rubbercraft, Turbo Air, Moffatt & Nichol, Metro Ports, Morf3D and Spinlaunch. Airway would also rise on the opposite side of Long Beach Airport from a former Boeing C-17 manufacturing plant where Relativity Space is opening a 1 million square foot headquarters facility.
Completion of Airway is expected in March 2023. Additional information is available at https://www.airwayofficepark.com.
Urbana's other recent Long Beach projects include a 100,000-square-foot expansion of the Laserfiche headquarters on Long Beach Boulevard.