A: Well, Yes…and no. The IIC does not currently provide direct labor services, but we have strong partnerships with 3PL’s located at our facility which can often assist with your labor needs. Working together we have strong motivation to see that your project receives expertise in both facility management and labor services.
A: Our facilities allow for nearly any type of industrial product with the exception of highly flammable and highly hazardous materials.
A: Yes. Terms will vary based on the intensity of use, type of production, and other factors relevant to property usage.
A: We have quoted rates available for “as-is” use that we are pleased to share with companies for “standard” warehousing solutions. However our contracted rate may differ from the “as-is” rate based on the customized terms, leasehold improvements, tenant uses, identified insurance risks stemming from the tenant’s operation, and other tenant-specific factors.
A: No. You will not be charged a “listing” commission. However, if you decide use a real estate agent to represent you in the transaction, we provide for industry standard commissions for customer representation if you elect to lease with us.
A: We require the tenant to supply a certificate of insurance showing proof of public liability according to the type and size of the leasehold.
A: Generally, unless otherwise agreed to, the landlord will take care of the Common Area Maintenance, as well as maintenance required for the structure. The tenant will be responsible for maintenance of the interior of the building, their service doors, and their workspace.
A: As a general rule, we lease our space on a first-come, first-served basis dependent upon a signed lease. However, we might consider reserving the space for the right terms and conditions.
A: Most of our leases include provisions that the landlord will pay for real estate taxes. The tenant is responsible for personal property taxes and any other taxes or fees applicable to their business.
A: We receive service from CSX.
A: We have two cranes with a lifting capacity of up to 25 Tons, and one crane with lifting capabilities up to 5 Tons.
A: We generally allow tenants the right to install their own signage with prior written notice of the type and style of sign to be installed, but all signage “permits” must be obtained from the City of Indianapolis. We will generally permit what the city permits.