LBA Realty is planning another investment for its Park Place mixed-use complex in Irvine, this time with plans that will put new meaning behind the name of the campus.

The Irvine-based landlord and developer is converting an underutilized outdoor space at the 2.2 million-square-foot complex it runs into a 3-acre urban park that will include sporting courts, an amphitheater, walking trails and an edible garden, among other features.

“This beautiful urban outdoor space will put the ‘park’ in Park Place,” said Eric Brown, senior vice president of LBA Realty, in a statement. “Its wide spectrum of amenities from recreational activities to quiet contemplation to business meetings will add a new dimension to Orange County’s admired outdoors lifestyle.”