Leasing/leasing contracts

December 8, 2009
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-Jones Lang LaSalle has been named exclusive leasing and managing agent for Chase Tower, 111 Monument Circle.  John Robinson and Adam Broderick of Jones Lang LaSalle will be in charge of leasing the 1.1-million-square-foot, two-building property, which is 99 percent leased. Jeff Reynolds, who has managed Chase Tower for six years, will retain that role and will become an employee of Jones Lang LaSalle, which will open an office in Chase Tower. The property is owned by Macquarie Office Trust.

-Aurora Bank leased 33,000 square feet of space in Castleton Park, 5920 Castleway West Drive, for a call center. Dan O’Neil, John Robinson and Julie Kilpatrick of Jones Lang LaSalle represented the tenant.  The landlord/owner BREOF Castleton Park LLC, was represented by Dave Moore of Colliers Turley Martin Tucker.

-The Marion County Democratic Party leased 3,000 square feet of office space at 148 E. Market St. Rebecca Baer of Summit Realty represented the tenant. The landlord, Center Township Investments LLC, was represented by Ralph Balber and Ashley Bussell of Halakar Real Estate.

-Astbury Environmental Engineering Inc. leased 10,000 square feet at 5755 W. 74th St. Ashley Bussell of Halakar Real Estate represented the tenant. The owner/landlord, Duke Realty, was represented by Kate Willen of Duke.

-MSP Seals Inc. leased 10,495 square feet at the Mount Comfort Commercial Park, 6169 W. Stoner Drive. The landlord/owner, Precedent Commercial Development, was represented by Larry Siegler of Precedent. The tenant represented itself.

-Innovative Therapy Solutions leased 12,400 square feet at the Mount Comfort Commercial Park, 6169 W. Stoner Drive. The landlord/owner, Precedent Commercial Development, was represented by Larry Siegler of Precedent. The tenant represented itself.

-Auctor Corp. leased 6,137 square feet at The Precedent Office Park, 9225 Priority Way West Drive. The landlord/owner, The Precedent LLC, was represented by Darrell Pike of Precedent Real Estate Services LLC.  The tenant represented itself.

-Wells Fargo Advisors leased 4,724 square feet at National City Center. The tenant, which is relocating from Pan Am Plaza, was represented by Bill Ehret  and Katie Gray of Summit Realty Group. The landlord, REIT Management & Research, was represented by John Vandenbark of CB Richard Ellis.
-Caren Pollack PC leased 2,912 square feet at Three Meridian Plaza, 10333 N. Meridian St., Carmel. Spero Pulos of Grubb & Ellis Harding Dahm & Co. represented the tenant. Dan Richardson and John Vandenbark of CB Richard Ellis represented the landlord, ARI Commercial Properties.


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