Developing the Real Assets of Tomorrow - Since 1893

BROSSIER offers opportunistic and value-add investments opportunities through real asset development. Agnostic to product type, BROSSIER studies the market, demographics, and data to determine the highest and best use of a property. BROSSIER is a seasoned developer, manager, and brokerage firm founded originally in 1893.

Today, we dive deep into market analytics, identify key metrics, and support or refute an investment thesis. Examples of our success for our firm and our investors include multi-family, student housing, seniors housing, hotel, retail, self-storage, office, medical office, and of course - mixed-use.

Tenacious and resilient, we have not failed to rezone, permit, or otherwise get a project out of the ground. Partner with BROSSIER - real assets developed expertly.

Maitland Town Center

Commission by the Brossier Company of Winter Park, Florida, the video highlights the plans for redeveloping the Maitland, FL downtown area. Governor Charlie Crist paid a visit to the sight and spoke with Robert Reese regarding the state's largest "Green Roof" project.

Mixed-Use with Public- Private Partnerships - 1.4 Million Square Feet of Mixed-Use Development including ground floor retail, apartments, office, hotel, city hall and a fire station.  Project took 4 years of design, government relations at all levels including the personal involvement of the Governor of the Sate of Florida, permitting and land acquisition/assemblage and financial analysis for funding of this $350 Million dollar project.  The project was fully entitled and approved only to suffer the economic real estate crash in 2008, whereby the bank funding entity shut down all construction loan activity and left the state of Florida.   

Today, The Brossier Company and the incredible team assembled, including Bob Ward as Director of Design, are screening potential financial partners to restart development plans.  Bob Ward is an innovator of place-making.  With over 36 years of experience and over 1 billion square feet of development, Bob Ward brings world class design and place-making to the Maitland Town Center. Bob served for 20 years as an executive with Universal’s creative think tank development team for all projects domestic and worldwide and lead the design team for Universal Studios Orlando and consulted for Universal Korea.

The Registry at Michigan Park

This 264 unit luxury apartment development required a number of challenges which presented great opportunity including re-zoning, wetland mitigation, maximizing impervious areas with local water management district, financial underwriting, development & construction management.  A unique feature of the site is that nearly every square foot of the site has been utilized by either the footprint of the buildings or parking.  This demonstrates The Brossier Company's ability to maximize site-density through expert engineering and creativity.

The hand-picked site is supported by its ease of access to major thoroughfares connecting the semi-urban population to above average, smart, downtown jobs. 

The Registry at Bowling Green

Developed 558 student housing beds and retail on the ground floor in a mixed-use development at the main entrance to Western Kentucky University (WKU) in a private venture. Project included 11 parcels land assemblage, re-zoning, permitting, financial underwriting, development & construction management. 

Orlando Regional Healthcare Systems

Land acquisition, re-zoning, civil engineering-permitting, infrastructure construction for a regional healthcare out patient hospital facility for one of the largest hospital healthcare provider’s in central Florida. Located in Oviedo Florida located, an affluent east Orlando suburb and Site Acquisition, permitting for a sister large facility also in the east Orlando market. Both projects involved successful permitting approvals from Florida Fish & Wildlife Commission for the relocation and removal of endangered species and species of special concern. 

Children First Home Healthcare

Build to suit facility for medically fragile children. Home Healthcare and corporate headquarters to treat children in approximately seven counties with over 800 nurses. Project included site selection, brokerage , re-zoning, wetland mitigation, development and construction management.

Central Florida Surgi-Center

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General ambulatory surgery center specializing in eye surgeries developed in a partnership with local area eye surgeons and Columbia/HCA. Project included site acquisition, brokerage, working with Columbia HCA to organize surgeon’s partnership, lease negotiations, re-zoning, permitting through AHCA, development and construction management. 

Deland Surgery Center

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Ambulatory surgery center developed in a partnership with local Deland, Florida doctors and Columbia/HCA the largest healthcare provider in the United States at the time. Project included site acquisition, brokerage, working with Columbia HCA to organize surgeon’s partnership, lease negotiations, re-zoning, permitting through AHCA, development and construction management.