There has been a noticeable uptick in the level of health care real estate development activity this year.
Duke Realty is fighting a request to award an additional $9.7 million in attorneys' fees, calling the amount excessive.
The commercial real estate slump is prompting several Indianapolis brokerages to add property-management services to their
portfolios or bolster existing ones.
Health care real estate has survived the nation’s weak economy better than most sectors, and some owners and developers
think it’s positioned to thrive.
Locally based Duke Realty Corp. reported a 53 percent drop in funds from operations in the fourth quarter but still managed
to beat Wall Street expectations.
Emmis’ Jeff Smulyan paid off a loan collateralized by nearly all his Emmis stock. Retired Duke Realty Chairman John Wynne is facing new fallout from his margin loan, with the lender on his Williams Creek home pursuing foreclosure.
The Indiana State Teachers’ Retirement Fund is negotiating to buy a 12-story office building across from the
Statehouse in what could be the year’s largest downtown office transaction.
Locally based Duke Realty Corp. netted more than $1 million during a Tuesday auction of surplus development parcels in Indianapolis,
Fishers, Plainfield and Lebanon.
The locally based company plans to raise millions of dollars by selling nine undeveloped
tracts in Indianapolis, Fishers, Plainfield and Lebanon.
Creating a self-contained community on 1,700 acres of farmland could take much longer than the 15 to 20 years Duke Realty
Here’s more evidence we’re in strange times: Indianapolis’ real estate investment trusts have been issuing hundreds of millions
of dollars of stock at woefully low prices—and getting a pat on the back from their shareholders for doing so.