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Five months after we last dropped by, the glass and metal exterior of Lincoln Property Company's FLIGHT at Tustin is taking shape on Barranca Avenue. 

The project, a joint venture with Alcion Ventures, repurposes a former Marine Air Corps Station into a 38-acre creative office campus - billed as the first purpose-built development of its type in Orange County.  The first phase of the project, set to open in 2019, comprises a mix of low- and mid-rise structures containing 470,000 square feet of rentable space.

The design by Rios Clementi Hale Studios takes inspiration from the property's history as a Marine Air Corps base, as well as the nearby John Wayne Airport.  The buildings feature high, pitched ceilings in a park-like environment bisected with landscaped paseos.

A second phase of the project will bring an additional 400,000 square feet of offices to the campus.

Flight at Tustin. Image courtesy of Robert Meyers Studio.
Flight at Tustin. Image courtesy of Robert Meyers Studio.
Flight at Tustin. Image courtesy of Robert Meyers Studio.
Flight at Tustin. Image courtesy of Robert Meyers Studio.
Flight at Tustin. Image courtesy of Robert Meyers Studio.
Flight at Tustin. Image courtesy of Robert Meyers Studio.
Flight at Tustin. Image courtesy of Robert Meyers Studio.
Flight at Tustin. Image courtesy of Robert Meyers Studio.
Flight at Tustin. Image courtesy of Robert Meyers Studio.
Flight at Tustin. Image courtesy of Robert Meyers Studio.
Flight at Tustin. Image courtesy of Robert Meyers Studio.
Flight at Tustin. Image courtesy of Robert Meyers Studio.
Flight at Tustin. Image courtesy of Robert Meyers Studio.
Flight at Tustin. Image courtesy of Robert Meyers Studio.
Rendering of Flight at Tustin. Image via Kilograph.
Rendering of Flight at Tustin. Image via Kilograph.
Rendering of Flight at Tustin. Image via Kilograph.
Rendering of Flight at Tustin. Image via Kilograph.
Rendering of Flight at Tustin. Image via Kilograph.
Rendering of Flight at Tustin. Image via Kilograph.
Rendering of Flight at Tustin. Image via Kilograph.
Rendering of Flight at Tustin. Image via Kilograph.

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