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Opus, Clarion Launch Spec Industrial NE of Indianapolis

The Opus Group launched construction on two speculative industrial buildings at Point 70 Logistics Park in Mount Comfort, IN, about 15 miles northeast of Indianapolis. This development is a joint venture with Clarion Partners. Additionally, Opus is nearing completion on an adjacent 862,235-square-foot build-to-suit.

“Opus is eager to further expand our presence within this growing industrial hub and respond to market demands for additional industrial space,” said Doug Swain, VP and general manager at Opus. “The buildings will have direct access to transportation routes and will provide future tenants ample space to meet their business needs.”

Point 70’s Buildings A and B will total 1,101,730 square feet. An additional 57 acres is available for Building C, which can accommodate an 802,907-square-foot BTS.

Cushman & Wakefield’s Luke Wessell is the listing broker for Buildings A and B. JLL’s Brian Buschuk and Steve Schwegman have the listing for Building C. 


Inside The Story

Opus Group’s Swain

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