Welcome to another edition of “The Favorites” series, in which we explore our employees’ favorite projects – the buildings and developments that they have enjoyed working on most during their time at Holladay. In Part IV, we hear from two Holladay employees from our Portage office. Enjoy!
The Clark Building – Portage, Indiana
Mike Micka – Vice President-Development; Joined Holladay in 2008
My favorite project would have to be the Clark Building in AmeriPlex at the Port. The 100,805 square foot flex/industrial building had just broken ground when I started working for Holladay and it was my first project. Not only is the building really cool to look at, but it was fully leased within the first year and, though tenants have come and gone, it has remained occupied since it was completed in 2008.
Darby Row – South Bend, Indiana
Drew Mitchell – Vice President-Development; Joined Holladay in 2007
Darby Row, Holladay’s 35-bed student residential complex in South Bend. The project featured fully furnished units with large, open floor plans and state-of-the-art connectivity for students. It was the first full development project I managed from start to finish, and as such will always be a special project to me. It was also the first project in a series of successful, high quality student and multifamily residential projects, and therefore was a bit of a “pivot” project for both me and, in some respects, Holladay Properties as we continue to evolve with the marketplace.
What do you think of these projects? Do you have your own favorite Holladay project? Tell us about it in the comments section below!