Who's Who in the Buildings Market 2004: Duke Realty Corp.

Sept. 1, 2004
The 2004 'A' List
#14Duke Realty Corp.Indianapolis, IN
(317) 808-6000
www.dukerealty.comAn aggressive growth program and strategic acquisitions have developed Indianapolis-based Duke Realty Corp. into one of the nation’s largest real estate companies. Duke Realty offers full-service real estate solutions through a vertically integrated fulfillment system that delivers development, construction, leasing, property management, and value-added tenant services. In 2004, Duke reports a 119.73 million-square-foot portfolio: 31.61 million square feet in 281 office buildings; 486,257 square feet in nine shopping centers; 369,140 square feet in three chain stores; and 87.26 million square feet in 660 industrial buildings. With 392 professionals involved full-time in facilities, Duke reports an estimated capital expenditure toward facilities in 2004 of $82 million, with estimates in 2004 operational expenditures at $223 million. New construction projects to be completed this year involve 1.97 million square feet of space.[Editors’ Note: In 2004, Duke Realty Corp.’s total market capitalization exceeds $7 billion. Diversified in experience and in a portfolio that includes office, retail, and industrial properties, the company has – wisely – planned for the future. It controls 3,900 acres of undeveloped land earmarked for future development (to the tune of supporting approximately 62 million square feet of space). Of interest is Duke’s Premium Tenant Services Group, which offers just the touch – from advanced telecommunications to auto spas – for tenants wishing to offer a unique, enhanced working environment to their employees to gain a competitive edge.]

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