Still Building

Kronemeyer, Bob
June 2001
Indiana Business Magazine;Jun2001, Vol. 45 Issue 6
Reports on the stability of industrial real estate development projects in Indiana. Development landscape dominated by consumer-product companies, retailers and industrial-oriented firms; Factors attributed to the strength.


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