Real Estate Around the State

Kaelble, Steve
March 2002
Indiana Business Magazine;Mar2002, Vol. 46 Issue 3, p37
Reports commercial developments at the real estate market in Indiana. Expansion projects of several companies in the downtown area; Completion of the Jefferson Pointe open-air shopping center by NAI/Harding Dahm & Co.; Preparedness of Holladay Properties to open another office building.


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