Jim Connor

  • Duke Reduces Volume in Suburban Office Sector

    Duke Realty Corp. has been quite vocal over the years about its strategy of transforming its portfolio into majority industrial and exiting many of its suburban office markets, and once again it is putting its money where its mouth is with its latest disposition.

    South 29 January 2015 21:41

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