Southern California Lease Deal Featured in Commercial Property Executive

On October 12, 2021, Duke Realty announced its Southern California team had preleased a 199,472-square-foot speculative development in the high demand Inland Empire submarket. The long-term lease deal with Yahee Technologies helps expand that global company’s supply chain. Commercial Property Executive’s Barbra Murray interviewed Duke Realty’s Nancy Shultz, senior vice president and Southern California region… Continue Reading

Duke Realty’s Seth Hall Shares Expertise at Bisnow Event

Duke Realty’s Seth Hall, assistant vice president of acquisitions in Philadelphia participated in a panel discussion during Bisnow’s Philadelphia Industrial Outlook event in October 2021. The panelists discussed how the ongoing and overlapping disruptions to the global supply chain are wreaking havoc on retailers, construction firms and developers in most sectors of real estate. The… Continue Reading

Duke Realty Preleases ~199K SF Speculative Development in Inland Empire West

IRVINE, Calif.— October 12, 2021 — The Southern California office of Duke Realty Corporation (NYSE: DRE), the leading domestic only, pure-play logistics property REIT (Real Estate Investment Trust) in the United States, secured a long-term lease agreement with Yahee Technologies (Yaheetech), a global e-commerce wholesaler. The speculative development at 1532 South Vineyard Avenue in Ontario,… Continue Reading

Bob’s Discount Furniture Ribbon Cutting of Duke Realty Developed Facility Featured in CoStar

On September 28, 2021, Bob’s Discount Furniture officially opened the latest distribution center in its expanded supply chain — 150 Old New Brunswick Road in Piscataway, New Jersey. The new 622,230-square-foot warehouse developed by Duke Realty boasts 40-foot clear heights and 125 dock doors and recently received LEED Silver certification, meeting high energy efficiency performance… Continue Reading

Bob’s Discount Furniture Opens 622K SF Distribution Center Developed by Duke Realty

Piscataway, New Jersey – September 28, 2021 – Bob’s Discount Furniture, one of the largest and fastest growing furniture retailers in the United States, recently opened an ultra-modern 622,230-square-foot state-of-the-art industrial distribution facility in Piscataway, New Jersey. The national furniture retailer hosted a ribbon cutting ceremony and tour of its new distribution center at 150 Old… Continue Reading

Duke Realty Secures Seven New Lease Deals and 13 Lease Renewals in Nashville

NASHVILLE — September 16, 2021 — The Nashville office of Duke Realty Corporation (NYSE: DRE), the leading domestic only, pure-play logistics property REIT (Real Estate Investment Trust) in the United States, has entered into seven new lease agreements totaling 68,000 square feet of space and has renewed leases with 13 tenants totaling 237,084 square feet… Continue Reading

Art Makris: Experience and Determination Make the Difference in Logistics Real Estate

Ask regional president of the Northeast region Art Makris what makes Duke Realty stand out among logistics real estate companies and you won’t get just one answer—more like seven.  “We do what we say we’re going to do; we don’t overpromise. We’ve got a very transparent, very team-oriented approach,” Makris said. “We’ve got specialists in… Continue Reading

Puget Sound Business Journal: Ports of Tacoma and Seattle: A logical logistical alternative

The following article authored by Mark Hosfeld, Duke Realty vice president of leasing and development in Seattle, was originally published in the Puget Sound Business Journal. For the past 20 years, the Port of Los Angeles has been the busiest container port in the Western Hemisphere — managing cargo loads valued at more than $250… Continue Reading

Los Angeles Business Journal: Calming the Storm of Logistics Real Estate Demand

The following article authored by Nancy Shultz, Duke Realty regional senior vice president, Southern California, was originally published in the Los Angeles Business Journal. Securing modern logistics real estate is like mining for gold in the Golden State — hard to find and very valuable. Driven by accelerated e-commerce growth and expanded restock inventory needs,… Continue Reading