Turner Woodard

Turner Woodard

Turner Woodard is an Indianapolis native who has successfully carved his niche in commercial development through “adaptive reuse,” altering a building or property originally used for one purpose into something new that is productive and beneficial.

He is the owner and president of Turner James Investments, a holding company that owns unique income producing properties including, The Stutz Business Center, The Stutz II & Wasatch Lake.

Today, The Stutz Business Center offers small- to mid-sized business owners Indy’s most unique space for rent. Today, The Stutz houses more than 180 tenants, including architects, artists, attorneys, graphic design firms, advertising firms, Internet design firms, engineering firms and other small businesses of all kinds.

Woodard is a graduate of Park School (Park Tudor), attended the University of Denver and the Jim Russell Racing School in California.

He is on the boards of the Indiana Landmarks, Indianapolis Police Department Horse Patrol Association, and former member of Near Northside Development Corporation, and WFYI (PBS, Channel 20).

He is a member of the Indianapolis Museum of Art, the Indianapolis Racquet Club, the Sports Car Club of America, the Vintage Sports Car Drivers Association and the Classic Car Club of America and the 2007 ARTI Business Volunteer/Patron Recipient from the Indianapolis Arts Council.