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Indianapolis, IN Office Overview

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Indianapolis’ office market includes the Central Nora, Northern Hills, and Park Meridian office submarkets. With a metropolitan population of nearly 2 million people, the metro area commercial real estate market is driven in large part by the health care and insurance industries, creating a strong demand for Class A Indianapolis white-collar office space.

As of mid-2017, the Greater Indianapolis office market encompasses over 36 million square feet of existing office space in properties larger than 50,000 square feet. As the capital of Indiana and the largest city in the State, the area's diversified economy results in a robust demand for office space.

Indianapolis, IN Office Inventory Description

In addition to the health care and insurance industries, financial services, manufacturing and education also contribute heavily to the demand for commercial real estate in Indianapolis. With a gross metropolitan product of over $118 billion annually, there is constant demand for white-collar office space in the Indianapolis metro area. Over 43% of the office space in Indianapolis is Class A or A+, while Class B office inventory adds another 55% of inventory to the office market.

The Castleton office submarket in Indianapolis sees consistently high demand for white-collar Class A office space. Located along both I-69 and I-465 this neighborhood is home to prime office buildings such as 9800 Crosspoint Boulevard, the Castleton Park Building projects, and the One Concourse office building on Crosspoint Boulevard.

Indianapolis, IN Commercial Inventory Breakdown

Office Spaces

Total: 235,433 SF

Data provided by Yardi Matrix, properties over 50k SF, includes office with retail

By square footage range:

  • 50k to 100k SF: 235,433 SF / 100% of total office

By class:

  • Class B: 235,433 SF / 100% of total office

Top 10 Largest Office Buildings

in Indianapolis

Office building Address Sqft Year built
Salesforce Tower , 46204 957,667 1989
Regions Tower , 46204 705,292 1971
The OneAmerica Tower , 46282 700,000 1982
PNC Center , 46204 635,697 1976
Market Tower , 46204 515,000 1988
BMO Plaza , 46204 442,000 1988
Market Square Center , 46204 420,492 1975
500 North Meridian Street , 46204 400,000 1975
The Pyramids Office Park , 46268 361,261 1970
Simon Headquarters , 46204 350,000 2006

Most Recently-Built Office Buildings

in Indianapolis

Office building Address Sqft Year built
Eye Surgeons of Indiana Headquarters , 46260 50,000 2018
Cummins Distribution Center , 46204 174,000 2017
Walker Information Headquarters , 46240 57,228 2017
Roche Diagnostics - Building B , 46256 222,033 2016
River North at Keystone - 8801 River Crossing Blvd , 46240 102,000 2016
Woodland Corporate Park - Building VII , 46278 118,993 2015
Indiana Univeristy School of Medicine Campus - Regenstrief Headquarters , 46202 80,000 2015
Two Concourse , 46256 132,991 2014
IU Health Neuroscience Center , 46202 270,000 2013
Keystone Office Centre - 8335 Keystone Crossing , 46240 80,699 2013

Indianapolis, IN Green Office Space


The 2017 National Green Building Adoption Index looked at office properties in 30 large U.S. metros and found that the percentage of green certification has increased from just under 5% in 2005 to approximately 38%, as of mid-2017. The survey looked an EPA Energy Star, LEED, and green building ratings.

While not yet ranking in the Top 30 Green Office Markets in the U.S., green office space in Indianapolis is growing, with seven LEED-certified projects in place and ongoing development of green buildings throughout the metropolitan area.

The One River Crossing office building at 3815 River Crossing Parkway in Indianapolis is an outstanding example of green building in Indianapolis. Built in 1999, this 121,480-square- foot Class A office property has a LEED Silver certification and is one of the few currently LEED- certified buildings in the metropolitan area.

Indianapolis, IN's Top Office-Using Sectors

A diverse mixture of business and industry including high-technology, manufacturing, and education all contribute to the robust demand for Class A office space in the Indianapolis IN commercial real estate market.

  • High Technology – The high-tech sector is one of the fastest growing in Indianapolis, with companies such as Formstack, Genesys, and Salesforce Marketing Cloud attracted to the qualified work force in the city.
  • Manufacturing – Pharmaceutical companies such as Eli Lilly, hydrocarbon manufacturer Calumet Specialty Products, and transmission manufacturer Allison Transmission all call Indianapolis home.
  • Education – Higher education institutions such as Ball State, Butler University, and Indiana University-Purdue along with the business they attract help to drive demand for Class A office product in Indianapolis.
  • Corporate Offices – The demand for white collar office space in Indianapolis also comes from a diverse mix of companies such as CNO Financial Group, Simon Property Group, Republic Airways, Dow AgroSciences, and Roche Diagnostics.

Indianapolis Demographics


  • Total Population853,431
  • Male Population(48.3 %) 411,970
  • Female Population(51.7 %) 441,461
  • Median Age34.10


  • Average Household Income$63,698
  • Median Household Income$44,709
  • Median Income Under 25$26,355
  • Median Income 25-44$46,177
  • Median Income 45-64$52,788
  • Median Income Over 65$37,111


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