• REAL ESTATE: 4644 Cornelius Avenue

    LESS THAN 1/4 MILE FROM THE BUTLER CAMPUS, CLOWES HALL, ETC! Close to Meridian-Kessler shopping, too! Great investment or primary residence. Home has a nostalgic feel & also features some updates. Main level features raised, tin ceilings. Finished attic could be a wonderful office space or 4th sleeping area.

  • Perspectives

    • Creating the Work Spaces that Draw Talent to Indianapolis

      The future economy will be driven by data, powered by robotics and heavily invested in the building blocks of nature – biotech and genetic engineering. That’s true of the economy nationwide, and it’s especially true here in Indianapolis, where dominant pharmaceutical and biotech companies are putting us at the cutting edge of the science-based economy. It all sounds larger than life. But the facilities that will house these industries will always be...

  • BigWigs & New Gigs: Real Estate

    • Steve Schnur

      Duke Realty Promotes Schnur

      Indianapolis-based Duke Realty Corporation has promoted Steve Schnur to executive vice president and chief operating officer. He most recently served as senior regional executive vice president. Schnur has been with company since 2003 when he joined the Chicago office as vice president of leasing. In 2015, he was named executive vice president of the central region.   

    • Gavin Thomas

      Hendricks Commercial Properties Names VP

      Hendricks Commercial Properties, the Beloit-based developer of the historic Bottleworks District on Mass Ave, has named Gavin Thomas vice president of development. He previously served as director of development for Indianapolis-based Kite Realty Group.

    • Jake Dietrich

      Milhaus Promotes Dietrich

      Indianapolis-based Milhaus has promoted Jake Dietrich to vice president of development for the Cincinnati, Pittsburgh and soon-to-be Columbus markets. He previously served as director of development. He graduated cum laude from Ball State University with a bachelor’s degree in urban planning and development and earned a degree from Indiana University's McKinney School of Law.

    • Andrew Lawler

      Cornerstone Names Partner

      Indianapolis-based Cornerstone Companies has named Andrew Lawler the firm's newly appointed southeast regional partner in Charlotte, North Carolina. He previously served as senior partner for healthcare development there with The Keith Corporation. Lawler has more than 25 years of experience in development, investing, consulting, planning and construction of public and private healthcare facilities.  

    • Tim O'Brien

      Cresa Names Principal

      Cresa has named Tim O’Brien principal in the Indianapolis office. He most recently served as president and owner of O’Brien Commercial Real Estate until the two firms merged in early July. O’Brien has 25 years of commercial real estate experience and previously served as president of Colliers’ Indiana Region.