Leasing/leasing contracts

December 29, 2009
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— Belkin International Inc. renewed its lease for 798,096 square feet at Airtech 1, 558 W. Airtech Parkway, Plainfield. Andrew Morris, Jeremy Woods and Matt McGrady of Summit Realty Group represented the tenant. The distribution center landlord, ProLogis, represented itself in the transaction.

— Defender Direct Inc. leased 23,166 square feet at 3939 Priority Way South Drive, in The Precedent Office Park. Scott H. Lindenberg and Ronald D. Foster of Echelon Realty Advisors represented the tenant. The landlord, PP Indianapolis V Project Corp., was represented by Rick Trimpe of CB Richard Ellis.

— American Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation PC leased 3,292 square feet of office space at 6612 E. 75th St. Matt Jackson of Halakar Real Estate represented the tenant. The landlord, 6612 East 75th Street Corp., was represented by Andrew Martin of Colliers Turley Martin Tucker.

— Indiana Children’s Wish Fund Inc. leased 2,287 square feet of office space at 6435 Castleway West Drive. Jeff Castell of Colliers Turley Martin Tucker represented the tenant. The landlord, Brookfield Real Estate Opportunity Group, was represented by David A. Moore and Darrin L. Boyd, also of Colliers.

— Dr. Rusty Neal DDS leased 2,348 square feet of retail space at 9893 N. Michigan Road in the West Carmel Marketplace Shoppes. James Marron of UGL Equis represented the tenant. The landlord, CASTO, was represented by Jacque Haynes and John Byrne of Colliers Turley Martin Tucker.

— HRC Medical of Indiana LLC leased 1,887 square feet of office space at 10173 Allisonville Road. Darrin L. Boyd and David A. Moore of Colliers Turley Martin Tucker represented the tenant. The landlords, James T. and Dorothy E. Ward, were represented by Kurt Meyer of Baseline Inc.

— Cortese Dermatology leased 1,996 square feet of office space at 8921 Southpointe Drive. Tom Cortese of Acorn Group represented the tenant. The landlord, NNN Southpointe LLC, was represented by Darrin L. Boyd and David A. Moore of Colliers Turley Martin Tucker.

— Leitz Out Concepts Inc. leased 1,759 square feet of office space at 3500 DePauw Boulevard. Justin Smith of Steinco represented the tenant. The landlord, CP Pyramids Associates LP, was represented by David A. Moore and Darrin L. Boyd of Colliers Turley Martin Tucker.


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