April 19, 2015
There’s a construction boom in Central Indiana as developers and brokers chase online retailers.
The building is colossal, larger than 16 football fields. The interior is so immense that it’s hard to see from one end to the other. It’s the largest vacant warehouse in Central Indiana, sprawling across 13 acres in Plainfield. It measures nearly 1 million square feet, with ceilings 36 feet high. For now, the warehouse has no name and no tenant. It’s simply known as Building 6 at All Points Midwest Industrial Park. Construction began last summer and is scheduled to be completed by May. “We’ve had a lot of lookers but no deals yet,” said Charles Podell, senior vice president for Duke Realty Corp., which owns the building along with its partner, Browning Investments. “But we feel pretty confident the building won’t be empty for long.”
Reprinted with permission from Indianapolis Star, “Here a warehouse, there a warehouse, everywhere a warehouse”:
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