Follett Higher Education Group needed a newer, smarter, bigger distribution and warehouse facility for its textbook operation, and it needed the space quickly. Follett worked with Duke Realty to find, lease, and build out a 551,200 square- foot-facility in Butterfield Corporate Park.
As shipping expenses shift and the country again turns to rail for moving product, Duke Realty has brought rail service into its development so that companies who rely on this mode of transportation get the service they need. Lebanon Business Park offers direct rail access to tenants, and is positioned on one of the Midwest’s… Continue Reading
A location that wouldn’t inconvenience its employees, comfortable and inviting workspaces, a beautiful setting with a bass pond, Mondrian-themed decor, and more—when The Container Store decided to build a new facility for its world headquarters, it had quite a list of must-haves. And to pull it all off? A developer who fit the company’s employee-first… Continue Reading
When RTI International decided to change course from working with architects and general contractors to working with a design/build firm to expand its Research Triangle Park campus with the addition of two buildings, Duke Realty stood out from the pack.
A lot of news happens within 40,000 square feet at Lakeside Crossing III in Maryland Heights. That is, a lot of news gets reported through KTVI Fox 2 News and KPLR 11, which moved into the building in 2009, when the two stations began operating under one umbrella. KPLR 11 already had a relationship with… Continue Reading
If you’re providing adult education to students from seven counties, convenience is critical. Which has a lot to do with why Palm Beach Atlantic University jumped on space within Duke Realty’s Millenia Lakes I building in 2003.
Carter’s, Inc., just keeps growing. In 2010, the company developed an e-commerce sales channel that brought even more growth to already increasing sales through retail and wholesale channels.
Located in our Enterprise Industrial Center since 2005, Tivoli Too started as a jewelry store and took a leap into creating 3D sculptures that range from mascot bobbleheads to 30-foot elephants, from 75 six-foot stylized Mickey Mouse statues to a 15,000-square foot water park.
The omnipresence of Duke Realty warehouse space may have been the thing that led Billy Robinson of Port City Logistics to make that first call, but it’s the quality of the spaces that keeps him coming back.
Mike’s Pies Owner Mike Martin learned from his mother how to make pies, but Mom probably never imagined an operation like the one he runs out of Duke Realty’s Eagle Creek Business Center. Martin’s kitchen has four ovens, baking 90 to 100 pies at once, with room for four more ovens.