(Indianapolis, Ind. ‒ March 2, 2016) At the start of a new year, it’s customary for analysts in almost every industry to review the major trends and issues of the previous year and to predict key trends for the coming year. It’s no less so with the healthcare industry. Duke Realty’s predictions are featured in… Continue Reading.
Same-day delivery and its impact are the focus of our very first issue of Reliable Answers, a storybook publication from Duke Realty that delivers solid insight and analysis from industry experts in a dynamic, easy-to-access format. The growth of e-commerce has resulted in big changes in the real estate market over the past few decades, so… Continue Reading.
Speculative development may be up in many industrial markets around the nation, but it’s still under control, and that’s reason for investors to be positive. That’s the outlook from Duke Realty Chief Investment Officer Nick Anthony, who spoke with GlobeSt.com in advance of his participation in an industrial outlook panel at NAIOP’s I.CON conference. “The… Continue Reading.
Keith Konkoli, senior vice president of Midwest healthcare, was featured in a recent interview on the future of healthcare facilities for Midwest Real Estate News/REJournals.com. He describes the way that Duke Realty and others in the industry have responded as healthcare shifts to an increasingly patient-centered approach. “We are seeing more outpatient facilities and more facilities out… Continue Reading.
Duke Realty stands today as one of America’s leading commercial real estate companies. How did we get here? And where are we headed? Duke Realty CEO and Chair Denny Oklak and other Duke Realty associates answer those questions, and more, in this video below.
In the May 2014 edition of Southeast Real Estate Business, Duke Realty’s Vice President of Leasing and Development Wes Hardy looks into Atlanta’s industrial market, the fifth-largest in the nation and a steadily growing segment. According to Hardy, Atlanta is entering the “next wave of construction” in large part because of speculative development. “Due to its… Continue Reading.
Atlanta, the nation’s fifth-largest industrial market, will always be an important hub for retailers, third-party logistics firms, and other users, according to Duke Realty Vice President of Leasing and Development Wes Hardy. Writing for Southeast Real Estate Business at REBusinessOnline.com, Hardy runs down what’s happening in the area and where he sees opportunity. “Atlanta is… Continue Reading.
Interviewed for the August/September 2013 issue of Midwest Real Estate News, Keith Konkoli, Senior Vice President, Midwest Healthcare, discussed the state of healthcare real estate in the area. He views the current landscape as strong and predicts it’s going to continue to grow. “People are beginning to get their arms around what healthcare reform means,”… Continue Reading.
Five years ago, Duke Realty announced a plan to restructure its portfolio so that a greater percentage of its net operating income would come from bulk industrial and medical office assets, and less from its suburban office properties, particularly those located in the Midwest. Since then, the company has aggressively executed its plan, with a… Continue Reading.
Writing in Becker’s Hospital Review, Duke Realty Executive Director for Healthcare Sharon Lleva-Carter notes the rise of collaborative care and discusses supporting that model within the design process. Lleva-Carter notes that the collaborative care model, which has been highlighted in the Institute for Medicine’s list of 20 national priorities for improving healthcare, hasn’t been widely practiced… Continue Reading.