Co-founder leaves Resource Commercial Real Estate

February 2, 2007

Indianapolis real estate veteran Chris Carmen left Resource Commercial Real Estate Jan. 30 to resurrect his own firm, Carmen Commercial Real Estate Services.

Carmen, 48, moved to Indianapolis in 1985 to work for what later became Duke Realty Corp., first in industrial then in office leasing. In the early 1990s, he left to start Carmen Commercial Real Estate Services, which he ran as an independent, boutique brokerage for 12 years.

In May 2005, he joined with Samuel F. Smith II, Tim O’Brien, Thomas M. Osborne, David W. Ponader and R.J. Rudolph to form Resource Commercial Real Estate, where he was president. Most recently, Carmen was overseeing Resource’s leasing duties in the Precedent Office Park.

“I felt that I could best serve my clients with the original entity, with the platform and model [of service] I established over 12 years.”

The day after Carmen’s departure, Resource announced it promoted O’Brien to president.

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