Steve Radom, Founder of Radom Capital, began his company in 2014 with the vision of creating a best-in-class urban infill redevelopment platform that passionately executes enduring designs and yields differentiated projects. Radom has developed 15...
Steve Radom, Founder of Radom Capital, began his company in 2014 with the vision of creating a best-in-class urban infill redevelopment platform that passionately executes enduring designs and yields differentiated projects. Radom has developed 15 projects ranging from small, retail redevelopments to larger mixed-use projects. Each stabilized project has achieved and maintained 100% occupancy to best-in-class tenants.
On this episode, Chris and Steve chat about the story of how Radom Capital came to be, how Steve selects a location and what matters. They also share stories of how Montrose Collective & MKT came to be and how ultimately, it's all in the details.
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(01:50) - Steve’s Background and Career
(10:19) - What would you say is your edge?
(14:00) - When do you go from really good to absolutely great?
(16:49) - How do you think about raising capital?
(21:33) - How do you think about hiring architects and landscape designers?
(23:40) - What separates a great architect?
(24:49) - Building The Montrose Collective
(32:44) - What’s your secret to working with City Councils?
(37:15) - Learnings From The Early Days Of The Pandemic
(43:36) - How are you describing the Houston market right now?
(46:59) - What do you think about Houston’s Zoning approach?
(48:25) - The MKT Project
(57:35) - What’s your tenant buy-in strategy?
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