The Raleigh office of Duke Realty Corporation (Duke Realty) was awarded the Triangle Business Journal’s SPACE award for Top Office Development for Rex Healthcare of Holly Springs Medical Office Building.
The nearly 50,000-square foot WakeMed Brier Creek Healthplex has now opened, providing quality healthcare services to the residents of Raleigh and surrounding communities.
The new two-story, 30,000-square-foot Rex Healthcare of Holly Springs at 781 Avent Ferry Rd. is now open and providing expanded health services to the fast-growing Raleigh, N.C. suburb.
Duke Realty/Kane Realty announces that they have signed two leases in CAPTRUST Tower at North Hills, including a new lease by Regus and a lease for expanded space by existing tenant Ogletree, Deakins, Nash, Smoak & Stewart, P.C. (Ogletree Deakins).
Duke Realty has completed the purchase of three large industrial properties in the Triangle, adding 952,448 square feet to its industrial asset portfolio and bringing its industrial square footage to nearly 3 million in the region.
Duke Realty’s Raleigh office has recently signed two major lease renewals, continuing commitments for more than 70,000 square feet of space divided almost equally between two longstanding tenants.
Duke Realty/Kane Realty has finalized a lease with Slate Pharmaceuticals, Inc., a specialty pharmaceutical company that will take occupancy in CAPTRUST Tower at North Hills before year’s end.
Duke Realty’s Walnut Creek Industrial Park in Raleigh was recognized by the Southern Region TOBY Awards as Top Industrial Park of the Year in 2011. Nancy Lowery is the park’s property manager.
The Raleigh area’s top healthcare and commercial real estate organizations are joining forces to deliver even greater access and convenience to care for patients, physicians and staff.
Duke Realty Corporation (Duke Realty), a leading owner, manager and developer of industrial, office and healthcare properties, has acquired Morehead Medical Plaza I, a 190,773-square foot medical office building on the Carolinas Medical Center campus, giving the company its first property in Charlotte and expanding its medical office portfolio in North Carolina.