Category Archives: Indiana commercial real estate

Realty Mogul, Brennan Investment Group close largest crowdfunding industrial deal in Indianapolis’ history

by Dan Rafter Jilliene Helman calls the deal a small one for industrial real estate, but a major one for crowdfunding. And that’s a good way to sum it up. In late August, Realty Mogul, a real estate crowdfunding marketplace, … Continue reading

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HSA Commercial: Industrial market still booming in Indianapolis

by Dan Rafter Bob Smietana doesn’t consider the 220,000-square-foot spec building that HSA Commercial Real Estate recently built in the Indianapolis suburb of Plainfield, Ind., to be a risk: The industrial market in Indianapolis is tight. And his company isn’t … Continue reading

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Associated Bank’s Hanson: Young consumers continue to boost demand for multi-family housing

by Dan Rafter Younger consumers are choosing to rent in downtown Minneapolis, Chicago, Cleveland or Detroit. They’ve not making the trek to the suburbs of these communities to buy their starter homes. What is behind this trend? Breck Hanson, executive … Continue reading

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Multi-family market slowing down? Not a chance

by Dan Rafter Downtown Minneapolis. St. Louis. Indianapolis. Downtown Chicago. Ann Arbor, and not just for student housing. The list of Midwest markets in which apartment rents are soaring, vacancies are plummeting and new multi-family buildings are rising is a … Continue reading

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GE investment makes Lafayette a major player in the aviation industry

by Dan Rafter Thanks to a $100 million investment by GE Aviation, Lafayette, Ind., has just become a bigger player in the aviation industry. GE Aviation, which manufactures jet engines and aircraft systems, is building a 225,000-square-foot, $100 million jet … Continue reading

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The welcome return of spec industrial construction

Guest post by Elise Couston Executive vice president of Paine/Wetzel TCN Worldwide For this month’s Industrial Insider, we spoke with three top developers, both locally and nationally, to discuss the resurgence of spec building construction in the Chicago area, as … Continue reading

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Taking a closer look at Northwest Indiana

by Dan Rafter Location and lower costs. Those are the two big reasons that Ed Wabick, principal of Paine/Wetzel TCN Worldwide, cites when explaining why more industrial users are considering setting up shop in the communities of Northwest Indiana. “You’re … Continue reading

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