- Posted by Chris Carmen
- On December 7, 2017
Indiana has done a stellar job of attracting companies to relocate within its borders over the past few years, actively recruiting businesses with financial incentives, low corporate taxes, and low operating costs. These companies have good reasons to pull up stakes elsewhere in order to reap the benefits of relocating to Indiana.
Nationwide, Indiana ranks near the top when measured for several business-friendly attributes. One of those areas of strength is manufacturing, but it’s not just the kind of manufacturing that first comes to mind. Indiana is attracting hi-tech manufacturing, such as GE Aviation’s recent announcement to build a $100M jet engine facility in Lafayette. This news comes right behind Alcoa building a $100M facility in LaPorte, Indiana in June of 2014. With such well-respected institutions as Purdue University, the University of Notre Dame, and Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology located nearby, these companies find ready partners in their high tech endeavors.
At CARMEN Commercial Real Estate, we celebrate this good news for the state of Indiana. As more companies see the benefits of relocating a business to Indiana, the services of our commercial tenant representation company become even more important as the availability of commercial real estate shrinks due to healthy competition. Gaining the expert services of an experienced broker who can find the right location for your needs and negotiate with landlords on your behalf can make a significant difference in the amount of money you end up saving by relocating to Indiana. Best of all, our fees come from the landlord, so it’s all upside for our tenant clients. Let us know if we can help you learn more about office space or industrial space in central Indiana.