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CBRE arranged the sale of 1,354,629 square feet of industrial space at Hendricks Gateway Park in Indianapolis to Granite REIT

Granite REIT Acquires 1.4M SF at Indianapolis Logistics Park 

CBRE arranged the sale of Buildings 1 and 4 within Hendricks Gateway Park, a 214-acre logistics park in the Southwest submarket of Indianapolis, to Canadian-based investor Granite Real Estate Investment Trust. Andrew Morris and Jeremy Woods of CBRE represented the seller, Atlanta-based Core 5 Industrial Partners. 

Located at 2128 Gateway Point and 10566 Gateway Point, Buildings 1 and 4 total 1,354,629 square feet and are fully leased by MARS Petcare and LifeScience Logistics. Hendricks Gateway Park has four buildings totaling nearly three million square feet of modern industrial space that can accommodate users ranging from 200,000 to more than one million square feet. 

“Core 5 develops exceptional quality buildings and a park layout that is second to none,” said Morris. “The high-quality tenancy is indicative of this and the fact that the Southwest/Airport submarket is the default first choice for occupiers seeking a supply chain solution in Indianapolis.”


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CBRE's Morris and Woods

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