ABOUT US

​Hendricks Commercial Properties invests in, manages and develops real estate throughout the United States and specializes in net leased real estate investments, management and development with outside-the-box solutions to the most challenging of real estate needs.

 Our mission is to continually strive for entrepreneurial vision and operational perfection to allow us to build and grow ourselves and our company from within.

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FEATURED PROJECTS

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Located on seven acres between the Rock River and Beloit Transfer Facility near the Beloit City Hall building, and just north of Shirland Avenue, the 3,500 capacity venue will serve as a community facility focused on providing youth, educational and cultural events, in addition to its plans to host the Beloit Snappers.   

 

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Bottleworks District, Indianapolis

Hendricks Commercial Properties, after a rigorous RFP process, has been selected to acquire and develop the historic 11-acre former Coca-Cola bottling plant in downtown Indianapolis. This marquee project will pay homage to the history of the plant and will be anchored by a boutique hotel, dynamic street-level retail shops, a combination of residential units (apartments, condos and townhouses), entertainment and creative office spaces.

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Formerly the site of a downtown dairy, Wright & Wagner Lofts debuts as Hendricks Commercial Properties’ second downtown residential apartment community. Wright & Wagner homes feature industrial elements paired with unique, hand-selected finishes to create the epitome of industrial modern luxury. Available for pre-leasing Fall 2020.  

 

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LATEST NEWS

17 Stellar New Hotels that Embrace their Geography, National Geographic

A 1920s Coca-Cola bottling plant is now the opulent setting for the most distinctive new hotel in Indianapolis, Indiana.

Beloit continues to see commercial, residential growth

City of Beloit Economic Development Director Jennifer Hall, who joined the city in January of this year, said she felt the pandemic caused a major impact on Beloit, but the city fared better than other municipalities thanks to strong partnerships and continued growth in commercial and residential sectors.