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SomeraRoad Acquires Majority Stake in Historic Stutz Factory in Indianapolis, Plans Redevelopment

The multi-building property was originally built in 1912 as the home of the Stutz Motor Car Co. It is currently home to more than 200 art studios and specialty businesses.

INDIANAPOLIS — SomeraRoad, a New York City and Nashville-based real estate firm specializing in restoring and modernizing historic properties, has acquired the majority stake in the historic Stutz Factory in downtown Indianapolis for an undisclosed price. The company will embark on a long-term redevelopment and modernization plan for the 400,000-square-foot property. The seller, Turner Woodard, will retain a minority ownership position and consult on the redevelopment efforts. Woodard, an Indianapolis resident and adaptive reuse developer, has owned the Stutz Factory since 1992. The multi-building property was originally built in 1912 as the home of the Stutz Motor Car Co. It is currently home to more than 200 art studios and specialty businesses. Stutz was an American producer of high-end sports and luxury cars. Stutz manufactured its last car in 1934 and the company closed in 1937. Colliers International has been retained as property manager.

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