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Check below for the latest updates regarding property development, construction, property management, brokerage, philanthropy, and more…

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Construction Trends: Reducing Embodied Carbon

Embodied carbon is one of the most significant contributors to greenhouse gas emissions and is created from the manufacturing, transportation, installation, maintenance, and disposal of building materials. See how KennMar Construction prioritizes the reduction of embodied carbon.

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KennMar Adds Union Station to Property Management List

KennMar is pleased to announce that it will be the new property manager for Union Station in downtown Indianapolis. Spanning over 200,000 square feet, the property has been owned by the City of Indianapolis since 1971, was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1982 and was converted into a marketplace in 1984.

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First Watch at Harvest Landing Shops

KennMar Signs New Tenants at Harvest Landing Shops

KennMar is pleased to announce that it has leased all of the available spaces within Harvest Landing Shops, a 15,743 square foot retail center located on a 2.58-acre parcel in the Harvest Landing of Avon development. Construction on the center began in March 2022 and was completed in December 2022.

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Indianapolis Pyramids Acquired by KennMar

“While the pandemic has created uncertainty around the office market, we are bullish on the sector and anticipate that businesses will eventually return to an in-person work setting over the next several years.”

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