Founder & President

Randy Woodworth, formerly with CBRE, is an experienced executive, entrepreneur, and real estate professional. Clients always come first at Woodworth Commercial where he is responsible for leasing, sales, evaluation, acquisition, disposition and commercial real estate investment for corporations and private equity.

In 2013 and ’14, Randy Woodworth and Company have been instrumental in the startup and expansion of over 60 businesses, encompassing over ONE MILLION square feet, which have created hundreds of newly employed workers. Additionally, MILLIONS of dollars have been poured into the local economy in the form of construction jobs to rehab and “make-ready” these spaces.

Mr. Woodworth is also actively involved in his local community as an owner and developer.

Some of the most recognizable Shiawassee County projects Randy Woodworth has been a part of include:

  • East Town Plaza: (formerly Kmart in Corunna, MI) Mr. Woodworth is part owner in this historic redevelopment project. Once on the verge of demolition, this center is the now the highest trafficked retail site in the City of Corunna, Tenants include: Café Sports, Hi-Temp Heating & Cooling, Snap Fitness, Family Farm & home, Kazoo’s Family Entertainment Center and Volunteers of America.
  • Northside Plaza: Originally built as a “Yankee Department Store” this center has been home to Tenants such as; 3D, Baskin Robbins, Dollar Tree, and more recently Memorial Healthcare. The property sat vacant for nearly 5 years before Mr. Woodworth and his team took on the ownership and leasing of this desolate center. Now, Northside Plaza is home to The Connection Christian Fellowship, Like Water Crossfit Center, Theodore’s Coffee, D’mar Banquet and Conference Center and Habitat for Humanity.

  • The Mueller: Anyone who has ties to Shiawassee County, specifically Owosso, would know this property better as “The Matthew’s Building” and although there have been several calls to tear this building down, Mr. Woodworth envisioned a much more progressive future use. Site plan approval was recently granted for an 8,000+ square foot brewery and restaurant adjacent to the Shiawassee River, alongside a mixed use development which incorporates Class A retail space and 17 high end apartments – many of which include river views, roof-top deck space and indoor parking.