Hillsdale Technecenter

  • Duke Realty Divests Six-Building Office Portfolio in Indianapolis

    A joint venture between Middleton Partners and Romanek Properties has acquired the six-building Hillsdale Technecenter in suburban Indianapolis from locally based Duke Realty Corp. John Huguenard and Peter Harwood of Jones Lang LaSalle represented the seller in the transaction. Financial terms were not disclosed. According to the Indianapolis Business Journal, the sale of the 446,000-square-foot office complex is part of Duke’s plan to reduce its ownership of suburban office properties. The company’s long-term goal is to have 60 percent of its holdings in industrial, 25 percent in office and 15 percent in medical office.

    Indianapolis 18 January 2013 22:15

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