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November 19, 2013
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-Transpacific Development Co. has hired Michael Weishaar and Luke Wessel of Cassidy Turley to lease a new, 450,000-square-foot warehouse/distribution property at 2450 Stanley Road, Plainfield.

-Fresh Thyme Farmers Market leased 30,000 square feet of retail space at Greenwood Shopping Center, 8750 U.S. 31. The tenant was represented by Jamison Downs and Kyle Hughes of Veritas Realty. The landlord, Greenwood Anchor Redevelopment LLC, was represented by Tom English and Larry Davis of Sitehawk Retail Real Estate.

-Fishers Soccer Club Inc. leased 19,200 square feet of industrial space at 9900 Westpoint Drive. The tenant was represented by Kyle Powell of Ambrose Property Group. The landlord, Clarion Partners, was represented by Fritz Kauffman and Bryan Poynter of Cassidy Turley.

-CVS leased 9,180 square feet of retail space at 135 N. Pennsylvania St. The tenant was represented by Ron Foster of Echelon Realty Advisors. The landlord, True North Management Group, was represented by Jon Owens and Russ Van Til of Cassidy Turley.

-Medxcell leased 6,979 square feet of office space at 7102 7196 Lakeview Parkway. The tenant was represented by Michael Semler of Cassidy Turley. The landlord, Duke Realty Corp., was represented by Duke's Traci Kapsalis.

-Stacked Pickle leased 3,515 square feet in River's Edge, 4705 E. 96th St. The tenant was represented by Brian Epstein of UrbanSpace. The landlord, Broadbent Cos., was represented by Broadbent's John Beuoy.

-Cycle Gear leased 3,100 square feet at Castleton Shoppes, 6024-6066 E. 82nd St. The tenant was represented by Mark Perlstein or Sitehawk Retail Real Estate. The landlord, Broadbent Cos., was represented by Broadbent's Jim Mosher.

-The Sandpiper Restaurant & Pub renewed its lease for 3,100 square feet at Harbourtown Center on Morse Reservoir, Noblesville. The landlord, Harbourtown Center LLC, was represented by J.W. Ernst of Charter Commercial Realty Group LLC. The tenant represented itself.

-Reforming Indy Pilates Studio leased 2,500 square feet of retail space at Fall Creek Harbour, 11250 Brooks School Road, Fishers. The tenant was represented by Brent Benge of Paradigm Real Estate Investments. The landlord, FCH Associates LLC, was represented by Cindy Hoskinson of Lee & Associates.

-Do-Tique leased 1,854 square feet of retail space in Sophia Square, 110 W. Main St., Carmel. The tenant was represented by Jason Challand of Echelon Realty. The landlord, Carmel Lofts LLC, was represented by Scot Courtney and Bart Jackson of Lee & Associates.

-Exercise Specialties leased 1,452 square feet of retail space in Sophia Square located, 110 W. Main St., Carmel. The tenant was represented by Gary Perel of Newmark Knight Frank Halakar. The landlord, Carmel Lofts LLC, was represented by Scot Courtney and Bart Jackson of Lee & Associates.

-Pietro’s Pizza leased 1,200 square feet of retail space in Nora Shoppes, 1113 E. 86th St. The tenant was represented by Ron Mannon of Lee & Associates. The landlord, LOR Corp., was represented by LOR's Suzanne Storer.

-Alexander The Vape leased 992 square feet at Castleton Plaza, 8238-8284 Center Run Drive.  The landlord, Broadbent Cos., was represented by Broadbent's Josh Broadbent. The tenant represented itself.    
 
-Bolden Dry Cleaners renewed its lease for 950 square feet at Harbourtown Center on Morse Reservoir, Noblesville. The landlord, Harbourtown Center LLC, was represented by J.W. Ernst of Charter Commercial Realty Group LLC. The tenant represented itself.

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