Duke Realty’s Deeni Taylor explains how real estate must evolve to meet providers’ needs

(Dallas and Indianapolis ‒ Oct. 22, 2014) Real estate strategies can and must change to adapt to the healthcare industry’s changing needs. That was the core message from Duke Realty’s Deeni Taylor during a presentation at last month’s InterFace Healthcare … Continue reading

Duke Realty’s Jeremy Fortier to speak at Healthcare Facilities Symposium & Expo

(Chicago, Ill. and Indianapolis, Ind. ‒ Sept. 18, 2014) Indianapolis-based commercial real estate developer Duke Realty announced that Jeremy Fortier, PMP, CHC, LEED AP, Senior Healthcare Manager at Duke Realty, will join the prestigious speaking faculty presenting at the 27th … Continue reading

Duke Realty Donates Stained Glass Windows to Mercy Rehabilitation Hospital

(Springfield, Missouri and Indianapolis ‒ Aug. 13, 2014)The chapel of the recently opened Mercy Rehabilitation Hospital in Springfield, Mo., now is graced with beautiful stained glass windows donated by the hospital developer Duke Realty of Indianapolis. “In addition to units … Continue reading

Duke Realty’s Deeni Taylor to speak at InterFace Healthcare Real Estate Conference

(Dallas. Tex. and Indianapolis, Ind.‒ Aug. 27, 2014) Indianapolis-based commercial real estate developer Duke Realty announced that Deeni Taylor, Executive Vice President of Healthcare, will be presenting at the 2014 InterFace Healthcare Real Estate Conference in Dallas, the largest, most … Continue reading

AllPoints at Anson Alliance teams up with Whitestown Lions Park for Community Volunteer Day

(Indianapolis, Ind. – June 25, 2014) The newly formed AllPoints at Anson Alliance, a group composed of Duke Realty, Browning and Express Scripts, property owners in the northern sector of AllPoints at Anson, as well as tenants in the industrial … Continue reading

Duke Realty-developed Northside-Cherokee Towne Lake MOB attains LEED certification

(Woodstock Ga., and Indianapolis, Ind. – May 29, 2014) Duke Realty has turned a real estate project that was a victim of the recession into a sustainable success. The United States Green Building Council (USGBC) announced April 30 that the … Continue reading