Bray International, Inc., Houston, TX

Headquartered in Houston, Bray International, Inc., has been in business 27 years and seen steady growth throughout that time. When that growth prompted an expansion several years ago, the location of Westland I—close to Highway 290 and to Bray’s headquarter campus—made it a good choice. The relationship that came out of that first lease meant… Continue Reading

Duke Realty Offers the Only Rail-Served Industrial Park in Central Indiana

As shipping expenses shift and the country again turns to rail for moving product, Duke Realty has brought rail service into its development so that companies who rely on this mode of transportation get the service they need. Lebanon Business Park offers direct rail access to tenants, and is positioned on one of the Midwest’s… Continue Reading

The Container Store, Coppell, TX

A location that wouldn’t inconvenience its employees, comfortable and inviting workspaces, a beautiful setting with a bass pond, Mondrian-themed decor, and more—when The Container Store decided to build a new facility for its world headquarters, it had quite a list of must-haves. And to pull it all off? A developer who fit the company’s employee-first… Continue Reading

KTVI Fox 2 News and KPLR 11, Maryland Heights, MO

A lot of news happens within 40,000 square feet at Lakeside Crossing III in Maryland Heights. That is, a lot of news gets reported through KTVI Fox 2 News and KPLR 11, which moved into the building in 2009, when the two stations began operating under one umbrella. KPLR 11 already had a relationship with… Continue Reading

Tivoli Too, Mendota Heights, MN

Located in our Enterprise Industrial Center since 2005, Tivoli Too started as a jewelry store and took a leap into creating 3D sculptures that range from mascot bobbleheads to 30-foot elephants, from 75 six-foot stylized Mickey Mouse statues to a 15,000-square foot water park.

Port City Logistics, Savannah, GA

The omnipresence of Duke Realty warehouse space may have been the thing that led Billy Robinson of Port City Logistics to make that first call, but it’s the quality of the spaces that keeps him coming back.