Category Archives: Indiana commercial real estate

Northwest Indiana industrial market attracting more users into more communities

by Dan Rafter Northwest Indiana has long been a refuge for industrial users seeking lower land costs, a strong labor force and a respite from the higher taxes across the border in Illinois. And economic development officials in this slice … Continue reading

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Midwest states dominate list of best destinations for Millennials

by Dan Rafter What states offer the most to Millennials looking for a new home? You probably think of New York or California, right? Well, a new report from financial Web site MoneyRates.com found that many of the best states … Continue reading

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Apartment rents starting to dip a bit in Midwest cities

by Dan Rafter Apartment rents might seem sky-high in cities like Chicago, New York City and San Francisco. But there are actually some cities — two significant ones in the Midwest — in which monthly apartments rents are actually falling. … Continue reading

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Indiana’s industrial market stays busy but still faces challenges

by Sara Freund, Staff Writer Indiana is a state with a historically active industrial market, and the tidal wave of e-commerce companies has done nothing but push development in this sector to unparalleled levels. A little less than half the market is fueled by e-commerce companies, … Continue reading

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Indianapolis ready for big-box closures – alternatives are hitting the market

By Scott Gray and Larry Davis, CBRE  Indianapolis retail is bracing for multiple mid-box and big-box closures that will bring large blocks of retail space back on the market, all within a short amount of time. Changing tides of consumer behaviors, … Continue reading

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Three Midwest industrial markets — besides Chicago’s — that are thriving today

by Dan Rafter Chicago gets plenty of press — well-deserved — for the strength of its industrial market. But the city isn’t the only Midwest industrial market that is thriving today. In fact, there are three other Midwest industrial markets … Continue reading

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A strong retail market in store this year for most Midwest markets

by Dan Rafter Retailers across the country certainly face challenges today. But in the majority of major Midwest cities, the retail sector is actually seeing lower vacancies and higher rents. Credit the rise of specialty retailers, discount stores, fast-casual restaurants … Continue reading

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