Lauth Property Group

  • Baldwin & Lyons to Spend $20M-$30M on New HQ Facility in Carmel

    Baldwin & Lyons, one of Indiana’s largest insurance companies, plans to relocate its headquarters from downtown Indianapolis to Carmel. According to the Indianapolis Business Journal, the company’s lease for 81,000 square feet in the Landmark Center at 1099 N. Meridian St. will expire in August. In Carmel, Baldwin & Lyons has agreed to invest between $20 and $30 million to acquire and improve a 184,000 square-foot facility at 111 Congressional Blvd. Rick Trimpe and John Vandenbark of CBRE represented the seller, Lauth Property Group, while Baldwin & Lyons was represented by Rich Forslund and Matt Waggoner of Summit Realty.

    Indianapolis 08 March 2013 22:36

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