More than 200 results for “Indianapolis”
CRE O Indiana

A slowdown brewing in Indianapolis? There are no signs

| Dan Rafter

There have been few signs of a slowdown in the Indianapolis commercial real estate market. In fact, sales, leases and new construction in this key Midwest city all remain strong. Why? To find out, Mdwest Real Estate News spoke to David Funke, managing director with the Indianapolis office of CBRE. Here’s what he had to say.

Office O Indiana

CBRE sells eight office properties in Indianapolis market

CBRE has arranged the sale of eight office properties in Northeast Indianapolis across two separate transactions. The Shadeland Station office park accounted for seven of the properties and the Enterprise Data Center was sold to a separate buyer. Purchase prices were not disclosed for either transaction.

CRE O Indiana

Indianapolis' Browning names new CFO

After 36 years, David Gabovitch is stepping down as chief financial officer of Indianapolis real estate development firm Browning. Matt Lesher joined the firm as chief financial officer on Oct. 16.

Industrial N Illinois

CA Industrial appoints CRE veteran Michael Podboy as president

Chicago-based CA Industrial, the industrial investment and development division of CA Ventures, has appointed Michael Podboy, a veteran of the commercial real estate industry who has overseen more than $750 million in development, as president for the division. Podboy will build on the success of CA Industrial, launched in July 2018 with a …

Legal O Indiana

Taft Center opens in Indianapolis

Taft Stettinius & Hollister LLP recently celebrated the completion and the grand-opening of the Indianapolis Taft Center, a 5,000-square-foot conference and event center the law firm built in the first floor lobby of the Regions Tower.

Multifamily O Indiana

KTGY unveils plans for Indianapolis' Grid multifamily project

KTGY Architecture + Planning has unveiled the details behind the design of Grid, a 175-unit rental community being developed in downtown Indianapolis. Developed by Milhaus, the five-story development at 520 E. Washington St. will be completed in phases, the first of which will be delivered by mid-2020, followed by a second and final phase l…

Industrial O Indiana

Investors still hungry for Indianapolis industrial assets

| Dan Rafter

Investors love Indianapolis’ industrial market. Just look at the latest research from Avison Young. According to the CRE firm, industrial building sales in the Indianapolis market jumped 45.7 percent on a year-over-year basis, reaching $1.4 billion across 23.6 million feet during the four quarters ending in the second quarter of this year.