NEWS


Indianapolis Senior Commercial Real Estate Executive Joins Strategic Capital Partners, Inc.

October 31, 2016

A long-time Indianapolis senior commercial real estate executive has joined Indianapolis-headquartered Strategic Capital Partners.

Rubenstein Partners and Strategic Capital Partners Acquire Parkwood Crossing Office Park in Indianapolis From Duke Realty for $162.9 Million

AUGUST 24, 2016

Rubenstein Partners, L.P., a vertically-integrated real estate investment manager focused on value-added office property opportunities, together with its partner, Indianapolis-based Strategic Capital Partners, announced the acquisition of Parkwood Crossing, an 8-building, 1.2 million square foot office campus in the Carmel submarket of Indianapolis. Developed by the seller, Duke Realty Corporation, between 1989 and 2005, Parkwood Crossing is widely considered the premier office campus in suburban Indianapolis. JLL brokered the transaction and will serve as exclusive leasing agent for the property.

Plainfield Industrial Complex Gains New Ownership

July 29, 2016

A 423,700-square-foot industrial distribution and logistics complex

Houston Apartment Community Sold by Indianapolis-headquartered Strategic Capital Partners

June 29, 2016

A 300-unit multi-family apartment community near the famed Houston, Texas Galleria, the largest shopping center in Texas

Sale of Suburban Oklahoma City “Residence at North Penn” Apartment Complex by Strategic Capital Partners

June 28, 2016

– Following a significant capital investment Indianapolis-headquartered Strategic Capital Partners and its partner, Post Investment Group, headquartered in Los Angeles, have sold the suburban Oklahoma City

Partners celebrate Health Pavilion opening

OCTOBER 3, 2015

Partners celebrate Health Pavilion opening

Work to begin on new student apartments

May 11, 2015

The new student apartment building at Shelby Street and National Avenue will create courtyards and recreational areas for residents and their guests.

Health Pavilion groundbreaking set for June

JUNE 5, 2014

Four-story center will transform academic programs, spark economic activity