Cardinal Campus

2209 Main Street, Highland, Indiana 46322

  • Property Subtypes Office Building
  • Gross Building Area 47,440 SF
  • Building Name Cardinal Campus
  • Building Status Under Construction
  • Sale Price $190.00 PSF
  • Property Use Type Vacant/Owner-User
  • Class of Space N/A
  • Total Land Size 9.12 Acres
  • Sale Terms Undisclosed
  • Cap Rate Undisclosed
  • Last Updated 10/7/2019
  • Days on Market 486 Days
  • Status active

Overview / Comments

Welcome to the Cardinal Campus of Highland. Northwest Indiana's Premier Business Development. LEED Certified master plan includes over 100,000 square feet of Class-A office space, a boutique hotel and gardens, brick paved streets, and the beautifully landscaped “Fountain Square.” New Class-A Office Space Available. The project will be one of the first in the state to achieve LEED for Neighborhood Development certification. Office space is leased on a rentable per square foot basis assuming approximately 18-24% common area core factor with $50.00/USF tenant improvement allowance. NNN estimated at $7.00/SF. The ground floor of the first building will be home to the Veterinary Orthopedic Center, which is slated for an occupancy permit around the middle of September. The second building will be home to a "highly respected group of doctors,". Condo space sold on a net USF basis. Located on the northeast corner of Main Street and Prairie Avenue at Plum Creek Drive between Indianapolis Blvd and Calumet Avenue. 1 block West of U.S. Highway 41 (Indianapolis Blvd). It sits just 1/4 mile from the Highland Grove Retail shopping area which includes Target, Best Buy, Kohl's, Petco, Officemax and the Shoppes on Main anchored by the new Whole Foods, Dick's Sporting Goods, DSW, Pier One, Albert's Jewelers, Starbucks, Carrabas, Old Navy, Walgreen's, Meijer and more. ½ mile west of Kennedy Avenue, 2 ¾ miles southwest of Ridge Road, 3 ½ miles southwest of I 80/94.

Additional Details

  • Tax ID/APN 45-07-32-480-001.000
  • Property Visibility Excellent
  • Number of Stories 2
  • Year Built 2018

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