Monthly Archives: August 2013

Choosing an Industrial Broker to Lease/Sell Your Building

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By Steve Schwegman
Senior Vice President
Jones Lang LaSalle

One of the most critical decisions facing an owner of industrial real estate is choosing a broker to market a vacant building for sale or lease.  After all, driving the highest value in the shortest time is imperative to the return on investment.  Carefully selecting the… Read More

How Indianapolis Became “The Opposite of Detroit”

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The Atlantic magazine published a thought-provoking story on its website earlier this week with author and Star writer David Masciotra opining on how Indianapolis was spared from the fate of other large Midwest cities like Detroit and Cleveland.

Masciotra offers that the city’s push to develop pro sports and entertainment venues is one of the key reasons… Read More

Office Investment Sales Market Gaining Momentum in Indy

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By Denice Michel
Jones Lang LaSalle

Over the course of the last 12 months, $389 million in office product traded in the Indianapolis market.   This is the second highest rolling 12-month average since 2007, however it is still significantly below the $725 million peak set in the third quarter of 2006 and below the rolling… Read More

Tenants Flocking to INTECH Park

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The JLL leasing team at INTECH Park on the city’s northwest side recently completed a variety of new leases that reflect tenant’s growing interest in the 210-acre technology park. Among the most significant deals:

  • Matrix Technologies, a leader in control systems and process and facilities engineering services, leased approximately 13,000 square feet in the INTECH Eleven
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