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Real Estate Dreamers.

We are a commercial real estate development firm based in Houston, Texas.  We develop projects that we are passionate about.  We view real estate success not as transactional, but as transformational.  We work hard to ensure that our properties contribute to the community.  We seek out only the best team members and collaborate with them to create uncommon outcomes.  We believe the environment should be showcased, not sacrificed.  And we have a bit of fun along the way.




Montrose Collective is a thoughtfully threaded canvas of new and repurposed structures in the heart of Houston’s most desirable neighborhood.

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707 Yale is a boutique 2-story building we built directly across the street from our Heights Mercantile project, just off of the MKT Heights Bike Trail. 


M-K-T features over 200,000 square feet of adapted warehouse space along the MKT Heights Bike Trail for creative office users, merchants and chefs.


A 1930 Landmark reborn.  3201 Allen has been sensitively restored to its original glory and serves as an architecturally unique creative and culinary destination in the heart of Buffalo Bayou.



Radom Capital is a diversified real estate development and investment firm. We aspire to collaborate community, culture and commerce in all of our projects.

Radom Capital investments include ground-up, value added and repositioned properties which we mold into community-enhancing environments.  We differentiate ourselves through our focus on creating enduring designs, building long-term relationships and solving complex real estate problems.

We seek to catalyze economic revitalization and growth in each of the communities we work in.

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04   /   08   /   2024

Radom Capital unveils plans for former Acme Oyster House building in Montrose


06   /   29   /   2023

New-to-Texas golf apparel store Bad Birdie debuts in Houston's Montrose Collective development


05   /   25   /   2023

Montrose Collective’s Grand Opening Party Brings Foodies and Fashionistas to Houston’s New Destination Center

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