Indianapolis-based Browning has been named the Midwest’s No. 3 developer for the second year in a row by Midwest Real Estate News, the region’s leading source for coverage of commercial real estate.
Browning projects listed as part of the MWRN recognition include the Infosys Innovation Hub in Indianapolis, 116th Street Development in Fishers that includes the First Internet Bank Headquarters, and 300 acre Velocity 65 Trade Center in Shepherdsville, Kentucky. Among other projects, the firm also is the first developer at 16 Tech Innovation District in Indianapolis where it is constructing the first four projects, and also serving as master developer for the Discovery Park District development in West Lafayette.
“We aren’t in business for the sake of rankings, but the inclusion of Browning as a top development and construction firm in Midwest Real Estate News is a great affirmation that we are delivering on our vision,” said John Hirschman, president and CEO of Browning. “We are making a positive difference in the communities where we do business by delivering significant and thoughtful projects with the best team in the business.
To read the “Best of the Best” 2020 issue of Midwest Real Estate News, visit Midwest RE News Best of the Best Edition.
Browning changes skylines and communities by developing, building and managing game-changing commercial real estate projects. With a reputation for executing large transactions and complex projects, the firm’s diversified portfolio includes market-leading industrial, office, mixed-use, healthcare, life science and higher education projects. Established in 1977, Browning is based in Indianapolis. More information can be found at www.browninginv.com