David Frauenshuh has more than 35 years of experience in commercial real estate. With his extensive management and marketing expertise, he has built a reputation for himself as well as for Frauenshuh, Inc. Today, he has ownership interest in approximately 2.5 million square feet of real estate. Within the industry, the name Frauenshuh is synonymous with honesty and integrity.
Frauenshuh, Inc. has expertise in the area of development and financing of Medical Office Buildings, Integrated Ambulatory Centers, Inpatient Hospitals, Outpatient Surgical & Imaging Centers and Full-Service Medical Campuses. Frauenshuh also has expertise in headquarters development and acquisition of commercial real estate. Currently, David Frauenshuh has financial interest in several other companies as well, and serves as a real estate advisor to many organizations.
Mr. Frauenshuh is a graduate of Mankato State University and a native of the Saint Paul area. His is a member of the National Association of Industrial and Office Parks and the Building Owners Management Association (founding member RPA designation). Mr. Frauenshuh serves on the Board of many profit and non-profit organizations, including the following: The Salvation Army National Advisory Board, Chairman of the 2001 Minnesota Prayer Breakfast, Chairman of the Children’s House based in Hawaii, Minnesota Military Family Foundation, and serves as a Public Interest Director of the Federal Home Loan Bank, Des Moines, for the Federal Housing Finance Board. He also performs outreach and Christian missionary work with several charitable organizations.
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