Kaldis Development Interests, Inc. (KDI) is a Houston based redevelopment firm that specializes in the renovation of both traditional and historical commercial properties. The firm transforms once abandoned or vacant buildings into creative living, retail or work environments. KDI represents properties with a reputation of experience and market knowledge and maintains a strong management team with "hands-on experience". Our Services include Property Feasibility, Conceptual Evaluation and Final Adaptive Re-Use.
IRONWORKS is a 60,000 square foot historic industrial building located in Houston's fast growing East End neighborhood. The building was the original location of oil field manufacturing company, Cameron Iron Works. The building is being re purposed for both creative collaborative workspace and retail/restaurant. It will be one of the first developments that will feature the conversion of shipping containers into both workspace and retail pop up opportunities.
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Create and Collaborate at our newest creative complex located in Houston's EADO District: Recently opened in 2017. Reserve your workspace now in this modern industrial environment with 16' ceilings and desirable storefront entries.
Loft office space featuring refurbished original pine flooring and heavy timber ceilings.
Eclectic retail workspace center located in the Washington Ave Arts District. The building was originally occupied by the Montalbano Tire Company for 75 years. The original red bricked façade features retail storefronts and overhead glass doors..
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