The 48-story Chase Tower, the state’s tallest office building, has more vacant space than it has had in decades. But increasing speculation in the local office market that Salesforce.com will take a big chunk of space there could mean it is poised for a turnaround.
The latest local example of the sizzling market is the three-story Community Health Pavilion, which sold last week for $286 a square foot—far more than the per-square-foot price in two recent office complex transactions.
In a development deal with Fishers, Indianapolis-based Citimark plans to purchase the 23-acre site that includes the long-vacant former Charles Schwab regional client center and the building that houses Launch Fishers.
More than $235 million worth of development is anticipated or already under construction along the roadway through Carmel and Westfield—and that doesn’t include a handful of the projects with undisclosed costs.