The property investor and developer was chosen after a competitive bidding process.
The company has acquired the site, and planning application has been submitted to Birmingham City Council.
The construction for the facility — which will be located at Birmingham’s Advanced Manufacturing Hub (AMH) — could start on site before the end of this year.
The scheme is expected to be completed in Q3 of 2021.
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Jon Robinson, development director at Barberry Industrial, said: “This represents another excellent piece of business between Barberry, Birmingham City Council, and Homes England.
“We have worked hard and invested heavily to create a brand in the mid-box industrial and logistics market, providing high quality buildings for occupiers, built to an institutional acceptable specification.
“It is, therefore, hugely satisfying to know that the quality of our developments is recognised.”
Councillor Ian Ward, leader at Birmingham City Council, said: "This is a huge vote of confidence in Birmingham's economic recovery and means jobs and investment at a time when they are sorely needed.
“The AMH continues to be a real success story, with major occupiers such as Hydraforce, Guhring, Mayflex, Y International, and Salts Healthcare creating over 1,500 jobs."