Duke’s New Look: Denny Oklak Remakes a REIT

Anyone who keeps a close eye on Duke Realty Corp. might have experienced déjà vu in the fall of 2010. That December, the Indianapolis- based REIT wrapped up one of the year’s biggest portfolio transactions: the $1.1 billion sale of a geographically diverse portfolio of suburban office assets to an affiliate of the Blackstone Group… Continue Reading

Award-Winning Performance

Duke Realty’s Indianapolis team was named 2011 Developer of the Year by Indiana NAIOP for excellence in industrial, office, and healthcare products. The office also took home the award for Industrial Deal of the Year for the expansion of AllPoints at Anson Building 1. Proudly displaying one of their awards are (l to r) Rich… Continue Reading

Duke Realty Named Corporate All Star

Duke Realty was named a 2011 Corporate All Star by the Women Business Enterprise Council (WBEC—Great Lakes) for promoting supplier diversity and inclusion of women-owned businesses in Indiana. During the awards ceremony, Ronalda Minnis, Manager of Supplier Diversity (center), accepted Duke Realty’s “Making a Difference” award from Michelle House, Certification Program Manager for the WBEC,… Continue Reading

Momentum Returning to Anson

Development activity in and around Anson, Duke Realty’s master-planned, mixeduse community just northwest of Indianapolis, Indiana, has been outpacing the market, with several new commercial and residential projects underway.

Indy CRE Leaders

Three people from Duke Realty made the Indianapolis Business Journal’s Who’s Who in Commercial Real Estate list: Denny Oklak, CEO; Jim Bremner, President, Healthcare; and Charlie Podell, Senior Vice President, Indiana Operations.  

Duke Realty Breaks Ground on D-A Lubricant’s New 250,000-Square Foot Headquarters in Lebanon Business Park

D-A Lubricant Company, Duke Realty Corporation (Duke Realty), the city of Lebanon, and the Boone County Economic Development Corporation (Boone EDC) today broke ground on D-A Lubricant’s new headquarters building in Lebanon Business Park, a Duke Realty-developed industrial park just off I-65 and State Road 32.