Duke Realty’s Nashville Wellness Committee members Denise Hudgens, Lonnie Russell, Tammy Pahle, Andy Holtzclaw, Christine Trotter, and Tanya Burnam proudly display their 1st place award for 2011 Healthiest Employers of Nashville.
DUKE REALTY NEWS
Duke Realty Corp. (Duke Realty) has signed a 25,762-square foot lease with Veeam Software, a Columbus, Ohio-based developer of virtual infrastructure and data protection software.
Philips Electronics, a diversified health and well-being company, and a leader in healthcare, lifestyle and lighting, has signed a long-term lease renewal for 73,753 square feet in Duke Realty’s O’Hare International Center I, where it has been a tenant since 1987.
Duke Realty Corporation’s (Duke Realty) Dallas office announces that the company has acquired three industrial buildings—one in Fort Worth, Texas and two in the Chicago, Ill. area—totaling 693,938 square feet.
David A. Noyes & Company, a Midwest wealth management firm, has executed a new lease of 38,880 square feet at Duke Realty’s One West in Parkwood West at 250 West 96th Street, Indianapolis, Indiana.
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 Corp. (Duke Realty) has closed a 22,548-square foot lease with Accurate Technical Solutions at Horizon Business Center in Suwanee, Ga., in the Gwinnett/Northeast I-85 submarket of Atlanta.
Duke Realty Corporation’s (Duke Realty) Chicago office has announced that State Farm will now occupy 69 percent of its nine-story office building located at 1400 Opus Place in Downers Grove, Ill.
Duke Realty Corporation’s (Duke Realty) Atlanta office announced today that it has executed a long-term lease agreement with Primerica, a leading distributor of financial products to middle-income families in North America.
Duke Realty Corporation’s (Duke Realty) Chicago office announces that the company has acquired three industrial buildings—two in the Chicago area and one in Fort Worth, Texas—totaling 693,938 square feet.