Industrial O Indiana
Absorption levels soar in Indianapolis industrial market

Absorption levels soar in Indianapolis industrial market

The greater Indianapolis market absorbed more than 1.9 million square feet of industrial space in the second quarter of this year. If that sounds like a strong number, it is: Cushman & Wakefield, in its second-quarter industrial report, said that the Indianapolis industrial market saw its greatest level of occupancy gains in this quarter since the third quarter of 2014.

Office O Indiana

JLL: Indianapolis' skyline office towers in demand

Indianapolis' office market continues to hit new heights, with JLL reporting that rents for the office buildings that make up the city's skyline are now averaging about $20 a square foot. That's the first time these skyline office properties have hit that figure in at least a decade, according to JLL's 2016 Skyline report.

CRE O Indiana
JLL: Indianapolis office market hits lowest vacancy rate since 2008

JLL: Indianapolis office market hits lowest vacancy rate since 2008

The Indianapolis-area office market thrived during the first quarter of 2016, notching five leases of more than 40,000 square feet. At the same time, the market saw seven capital markets transactions during the quarter, five of which were investments in office buildings in Indianapolis' Central Business District. This is the good news reported by JLL in its most recent Indianapolis-area office survey.