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Good news abounds at 3rd annual Indianapolis CRE Summit

A big crowd was on hand to hear the latest developments in Indianapolis’ commercial real estate market. A big crowd was on hand to hear the latest developments in Indianapolis’ commercial real estate market.
Among the big names speaking at the event were Rich Horn, chief executive officer of Strategic Capital Partners; Rob Gerbitz, president and chief executive officer of Hendricks Commercial Properties; Michael Garvey, chief investment officer and partner with Lauth; Andrew Greenwood, senior vice president of development with Ambrose property Group; and Douglas Swain, vice president and general manager of Opus Development Company. Among the big names speaking at the event were Rich Horn, chief executive officer of Strategic Capital Partners; Rob Gerbitz, president and chief executive officer of Hendricks Commercial Properties; Michael Garvey, chief investment officer and partner with Lauth; Andrew Greenwood, senior vice president of development with Ambrose property Group; and Douglas Swain, vice president and general manager of Opus Development Company.
Tristan Glover, senior vice president, Zeller Realty Group; Keith Stark, Principal, ConsortiumCRE; Sarah Evans, landscape achitect and marketer, V3 Companies; Rebecca Wells, senior vice president of investment sales, Lee & Associates; Andrew Morris, first vice president, CBRE; and David Umpleby, partner, Krieg DeVault. Tristan Glover, senior vice president, Zeller Realty Group; Keith Stark, Principal, ConsortiumCRE; Sarah Evans, landscape achitect and marketer, V3 Companies; Rebecca Wells, senior vice president of investment sales, Lee & Associates; Andrew Morris, first vice president, CBRE; and David Umpleby, partner, Krieg DeVault.
Craig Von Deylen, president and principal, Deylen Realty; Adam Ehret, president and chief operating officer, Barratt Asset Management; Evan Voight, director of finance, TWG Development; Steve LaMotte Jr., executive vice president, CBRE, Central Midwest Multifamily; and Karla Burck, vice president of acquisitions, KCG Development. Craig Von Deylen, president and principal, Deylen Realty; Adam Ehret, president and chief operating officer, Barratt Asset Management; Evan Voight, director of finance, TWG Development; Steve LaMotte Jr., executive vice president, CBRE, Central Midwest Multifamily; and Karla Burck, vice president of acquisitions, KCG Development.
Jeff Bennett, deputy mayor of community development for the City of Indianapolis, gave the closing remarks for the event. Paul Reiss, partner with Kreig DeVault, served as the day's emcee. Jeff Bennett, deputy mayor of community development for the City of Indianapolis, gave the closing remarks for the event. Paul Reiss, partner with Kreig DeVault, served as the day's emcee.

Bad weather? That didn’t stop more than 140 commercial real estate professionals from attending the third annual Indianapolis CRE Summit held March 14 by REjournals.com and Midwest Real Estate News. The takeaway from the conference? The Indianapolis CRE market is strong and is expected to remain so throughout 2019 and into next year.

As in most Midwest markets, the industrial and multifamily markets are leading the way when it comes to commercial transactions in Indianapolis and its surrounding communities. But the CRE pros speaking at the conference said that the area’s other commercial sectors are performing well today, too.