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Here a warehouse, there a warehouse, everywhere a warehouse
The Indianapolis Star
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.
IAR Legislative Report
Less than two weeks remain before the members of the Indiana General Assembly adjourn their 2015 session. We are past the deadline for bills to return to their house of origin and are now in that hectic period when state Representatives and Senators must come together in conference to work out the differences they may have on bills that were approved by both houses, but in different form.
Center for REALTOR® Technology (CRT)
Center for REALTOR® Technology (CRT): The Center for REALTOR® Technology's (CRT) goal is to help REALTORS® and associations learn to use technology responsibly and provide updates on industry technology trends. The very latest developments are discussed on the blog.
Expect closing delays after Aug. 1
The closing process drastically changes on Aug. 1. That's when the HUD-1 Settlement Statement, Good Faith Estimate and Truth-In-Lending Disclosure Statement retire. New closing and loan estimate forms take their place. The lender generates the new forms, not the title company. And, a new rule goes into effect that requires everything to be in place three days prior to closing. It's the last point IAR attorneys worry about. We want you to familiarize yourself with the new forms. But the most important thing you can do for your clients is to set and manage expectations. IAR General Counsel Richelle Cohen Mossler gives all the details ...
Economic Development Corporation IU Medicine, IU Health
Indiana Daily Student
The Bloomington Economic Development Corporation had its fifth annual State of the Bloomington Regional Economy conference in the Bloomington-Monroe County Convention Center.
The event pictured Bloomington and its surrounding areas as still suffering from the Great Recession, but with slow and steady growth as well as an optimism surrounding the town and region's growth in the future.
Fast-fire pizza chains preparing to blitz Indy area
Indianapolis Business Journal
A pizza war is heating up in Indianapolis.
Additional players in the new and trendy fast-fire sector are charging into the Indianapolis area, giving pie lovers more choices at much shorter wait times. "The concept is very interesting, because it works well in our fast-paced environment," said Gary Perel, a retail broker at Newmark Knight Frank Halakar. "But there's going to be so many. Only the strong will survive."
Kroger unveils huge growth plans
Inside Indiana Business
Kroger Central Division president Jeff Burt, Indianapolis Mayor Greg Ballard, Indiana Secretary of Commerce Victor Smith, Indy Chamber president Michael Huber and others announced details of Kroger's massive, strategic capital investment plan for central Indiana today. Kroger's plan, which quietly started in 2014 and continues through 2017, will exceed $464.6 million and create an estimated 3,440 additional jobs, plus additional jobs for the construction industry and Kroger's vendor partners.
Simon raises earnings guidance after strong 1st quarter
Indianapolis Business Journal
Simon Property Group Inc. increased its dividend and raised its full-year guidance after starting the year with a strong first quarter.
The Indianapolis-based mall owner said Friday morning that its quarterly profit rose 6 percent, to $362.2 million, or $1.16 per share, compared with $341.6 million, or $1.10 per share, in the same period of 2014.
Venture One Real Estate buys 122,000-square-foot industrial property in Northwest Indiana
Venture One Real Estate has purchased a 122,812-square-foot class-A industrial facility at 6525 Daniel Burnham Drive in Portage, Indiana within the Ameriplex At The Port business park. The building was built in 2001 on 8.9 acres of land and features 25' clear ceilings, 50' x 52' column spacing, an ESFR sprinkler system, 13 exterior loading docks, trailer parking and about 110 parking spaces.
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