As part of our Annual Day of Service, associates from our Indianapolis office—along with associates from 15 other Duke Realty offices nationwide—worked with the American Red Cross on their “Sound the Alarm, Save a Life” campaign. Our volunteers helped install free smoke alarms, replaced batteries in existing alarms, and assisted families in creating fire escape… Continue Reading.
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Today Duke Realty is the nation’s leading pure-play, domestic-focused industrial REIT. With a presence in 21 major markets—and recent growth on both the East and West coasts—we are truly a nationwide company. But we’re not finished growing, and we’re always looking for new leasing, development, and acquisition opportunities. Lately, that’s meant targeting high-barrier, Tier… Continue Reading.
New Jersey has been a key market for Duke Realty’s growing national footprint, and Ben Rosen, vice president of leasing and development in the market, recently spoke with ROI-NJ about the company’s expansion in the state. “To say we are one of the more active buyers and developers in New Jersey right now would be… Continue Reading.
When once-thriving manufacturers close or shift operations, it can be hard for the communities around them to shoulder the loss. That’s what happened in Linden, New Jersey, and Baltimore, Maryland, after General Motors shuttered its assembly plants in those locations. The closures put thousands out of work and saddled those cities with vacant properties. Duke… Continue Reading.
Duke Realty’s Jeff Thornton, Senior Vice President for the Texas Region, answered questions recently about the Dallas-Fort Worth industrial market as part of a roundtable discussion with Texas Real Estate Business. All sectors of commercial real estate are active around the Dallas-Fort Worth metro area, and industrial is no exception. Thornton served as the roundtable’s… Continue Reading.
Representatives of Duke Realty’s Northeast Region took real estate professionals on a tour of Duke Realty’s new 600,000-square-foot facility in Lehigh Valley recently, and talked about the company’s long-term industrial strategy. Local dailies The Morning Call and Lehigh Valley Live covered the tour of the Palmer Township facility, the second to be leased at 33… Continue Reading.
Charlie Podell, senior vice president of Duke Realty’s Indiana and Ohio Region, was quoted recently in the Indianapolis Business Journal. Speaking at IBJ’s Commercial Real Estate and Construction Power Breakfast, Podell commented on growing demand in the industrial market in general, as well as the growth in the Indianapolis industrial market. “The market is as… Continue Reading.
At Duke Realty, we take our commitment to diversity and inclusion seriously. Whether it’s through our community involvement, diversity networking programs, diversity and inclusion initiatives, or commitment to supplier diversity, we’re always finding new ways to improve by focusing on what makes us unique. Our diversity council has been working for more than 15 years… Continue Reading.
As part of REITWeek 2017, our Chairman and CEO Jim Connor sat down with Matthew Bechard from REIT.com to discuss Duke Realty’s strategy after the sale of its medical office building assets to Healthcare Trust of America Inc. for $2.8 billion. “We had built the business…to a size where we had enough critical mass to… Continue Reading.
Jeff Palmquist, senior vice president of the Northeast Region for Duke Realty, recently spoke to the Lehigh Business Journal about how a new interchange opening along the Route 33 corridor in Palmer Township, Pennsylvania, has sparked new industrial real estate development. According to the Lehigh Business Journal, the opening of the Charles Chrin interchange has… Continue Reading.