Greywolf Partners, Inc., a full service commercial real estate company with headquarters in Milwaukee and executive offices in Sun Prairie, recently announced Steve Turner has joined the company as Director of Business Development to their Sun Prairie location.

Turner will be responsible for overseeing office, retail and industrial properties throughout the Madison area. 

Turner studied business and finance at the University of Wisconsin School of Business in Madison. He has received several sales awards over his career including National Sales manager of the year, National Director of Financial Sales and District Director of the year on multiple occasions.

Prior to joining Greywolf Partners, Inc., Turner's career featured a 25-plus-year background in executive sales and sales management. He has led sales teams consisting of sales executives ranging in size from 10 to 400 people to achieve 100%+ sales quota attainment.

Most recently, Turner was a small business owner and operator of Willie Ty's in Sun Prairie and The Woods in Verona. Steve’s background in business management and development will help contribute to Greywolf’s business development team.

Formed in 2009, Greywolf Partners specializes in asset management, property and facility management, development and brokerage services to commercial real estate owners and investors.

With offices in Milwaukee and Madison, Greywolf Partners oversees 1.5 million square feet of office and retail and industrial space as well as 1,267 residential and senior housing units.

Greywolf Partners serves a variety of ownership groups; for more information, visit or call 1-877-543-4739.

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