Overton Moore Properties Breaks Ground on 1.25 MSF Mixed-Use Development in Burbank, California
BURBANK, CALIF. — Overton Moore Properties (OMP) has broken ground on Avion Burbank, a planned 18-building, 1.25 million-square-foot mixed-use development in Burbank, just northwest of Los Angeles. At full build-out, the property will include six industrial buildings, nine two-story office buildings, a 150-room hotel and two retail and restaurant buildings.
OMP purchased the property in 2016 from the Burbank-Glendale-Pasadena Airport Authority and received project approval from the Burbank City Council earlier this year. The 60-acre site is located next to Hollywood Burbank Airport, which Burbank-Glendale-Pasadena Airport Authority owns. The Los Angeles Times reports OMP paid $72.5 million for the property.
OMP plans for the project to be certified LEED Silver and include multi-purpose walk paths, indoor and outdoor meeting areas, and bike share stations. The property will include 115 electric vehicle chargers, with wiring and space to potentially add 62 parking stalls and truck loading docks for future electric vehicle chargers. Completion is slated for December 2020.
“Avion Burbank will offer users a unique environment that incorporates state-of-the-art buildings situated in an interactive work-life environment,” says Timur Tecimer, chief executive officer of OMP. “This innovative campus will also boast multiple outdoor amenities that will assist companies in recruiting and retaining the best talent.”
OMP is a privately held company based in the Los Angeles suburb of Gardena. OMP has constructed and acquired more than 40 million square feet of office, industrial and mixed-use space, developing more than 1,598 acres of raw land throughout California and Arizona over the last 42 years.
— Alex Tostado