Developers, construction workers and city officials celebrated the groundbreaking of Airway Office Park, an office condominium project at Douglas Park, after an early morning summer storm muddied up the construction site Wednesday, June 22, 2022. Photo by Brandon Richardson.

After more than a decade, Douglas Park near Long Beach Airport is nearing completion.

Urbana Development celebrated on Wednesday the groundbreaking of the two-building Airway Office Park, which is billed as the final project in the 200-acre Douglas Park business development.

“This is a success story,” 9th District Councilmember Rex Richardson said. “It’s a watershed moment.”

Airway Office Park will occupy 3.7 acres of land across two units. The first, at 3810 Stineman Court, will be approximately 32,591 square feet and will share a lot with a roughly 27,664-square-foot building at 3816 Stineman Court. Units in the two buildings will share a 230-space parking lot for tenants.

Both buildings will feature a total of 14 individual office condominiums ranging from approximately 3,000 to 60,000 square feet. These units will each have individual signage opportunities, though agreements for a full floor or building are also available for interested parties.

A rendering showing the outdoor spaces at Airway Office Park, an office condominium project at Douglas Park. Courtesy of Urbana Development.

Units will be built with patio and balcony space and are outfitted with roll-up glass doors to facilitate the flow of natural light into the units.

Urbana Development has been deeply involved in the Douglas Park development project, most recently completing The Terminal at Douglas Park prior to the pandemic.

As the final office project in the Douglas Park development, officials said the kickoff of this project is an accomplishment for both Urbana and the city of Long Beach.

“With smart planning, good staff, and great partners, we were able to pull off a municipal miracle,” Richardson said of Douglas Park.

Both buildings are for lease or sale. Construction is slated to wrap up in March. For more information, visit airwayofficepark.com.

A rendering showing the facade at Airway Office Park, an office condominium project at Douglas Park. Courtesy of Urbana Development.

Christian May-Suzuki

Christian May-Suzuki is a reporter at the Long Beach Business Journal.