Browning is developing a $170 million dollar mixed-use project along the north and south sides of 116th Street in the Nickel Plate District, featuring residential, parking, retail, a high-end boutique hotel, and will be anchored by a six-story headquarters as part of a public-private partnership between Browning, First Internet Bank, and the City of Fishers.
The development is a complex in-fill redevelopment spanning a major thoroughfare, and its design and mix of uses reflects years of planning and a commitment to the Nickel Plate District’s downtown master plan and vision. The industrial-inspired campus, bound by the to be constructed Nickel Plate Trail, North Street, Maple Street, and South Street, will further establish downtown Fishers as a heavy employment node where residents can live, work, and play in close proximity.
NORTH: NICKEL PLATE STATION
Developer, Joint Venture Construction Management
The north side of 116th Street will be the Nickel Plate Station, a 5-story mixed-use building with 235 apartments, 10 townhouses, office, retail, and a public parking garage featuring resident amenities on the roof. The development is a JV with CRG Residential and will relocate the existing pocket park into a public plaza incorporating the proposed Nickel Plate Trail and existing retail buildings.
SOUTH: FIRST INTERNET BANK & HOTEL
Developer, Construction Manager At-Risk
The south side of 116th Street will be anchored by the landmark 180,000-square foot, six-story, First Internet Bank Headquarters with ground floor event and retail space alongside a 125-room boutique hotel, and public parking garage.