South Bend-based Holladay Properties is planning a four-story office building where a crime-ridden apartment complex once stood. The company is marketing the Hammond River Park development as an alternative to locations in nearby Chicago. It is in Ox Bow Landing, which also includes a BW3 restaurant and a planned brewery. Our partners at the Times of Northwest Indiana report the River Park Apartments used to be located on the property and were demolished in 2006.

Sources: Holladay Properties and The Times of Northwest Indiana

December 31, 2014

News Release

HAMMOND, Ind. – Holladay Properties is pleased to announce its newest commercial office building project to be located in Hammond, Ind. at the South East quadrant of I-94 and Kennedy Avenue within the Ox Bow Landing development. The project, dubbed Hammond River Park, will comprise of a four-story, 60,000 square foot Class A office building offering tremendous access and visibility via I-94.

Just three miles from the Illinois border, this property will serve the growing Northwest Indiana market as well as offering an alternative for office users currently located in the south suburbs of the Chicago market. For leasing information, please contact Mike O’Connor at 219-764-3104.

Source: Holladay Properties

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