The 120,000-square-foot, $30 million Advanced Research and Innovation building anchors the 16 Tech Innovation District, which is being purposefully designed to ignite collaboration among innovators and entrepreneurs in life sciences, tech, advanced manufacturing and engineering in an urban live-work-play-learn environment.
In addition to performing the construction, Browning developed the building and will own and manage the anchor facility, which is expected to be complete in mid-2020.
The Advanced Research and Innovation building is fully leased and will be the headquarters of the Indiana Biosciences Research Institute (IBRI), the Central Indiana Corporate Partnership (CICP), including its talent and industry initiatives, and researchers with the Indiana University School of Medicine’s newly established Indiana Center for Regenerative Medicine, a molecular therapeutics program and technology incubator.
The 5-story anchor facility will eventually be home to more than 400 employees in the life sciences, engineering, tech, renewable energy, advanced manufacturing, logistics, talent development and agbiosciences fields.
- Research laboratories designed to accommodate a range of research activities and to easily adapt to changing needs
- Immediately adjacent to innovation centers of 16 Tech
- Community space available to residents and tenants in the 16 Tech District
- On-site café
- Proximity to maker space and innovation centers