Transforming properties into legacy assets
KD Keller Development LLC
KD Keller Development was formed in 2018 as a real estate development partner specializing in urban mixed use properties. Our firm is the successor entity to Mercury Advisors, which has been active in the commercial development in downtown Tampa since 2013 with notable projects such as Grand Central at Kennedy and Channel Club welcoming Tampa’s first downtown Publix.
Our mission is to help landowners realize the full potential of their emerging property by creating a true partnership that improves their local community. We’re able to do this by working with local family-owned businesses that possess real estate as part of their portfolio, but are not actively involved in the Real Estate development side of their business. We help these families re-develop their properties, which may have become obsolete over time, and transform with them assets they own into income generating legacy assets that can be retained by future generations to come.
KEN K. STOLTENBERG
Ken K. Stoltenberg has been active in the commercial real estate industry for almost 30 years. Before starting KDK Keller Development, he was employed by the Leo Eisenberg Company (1990-1996), Medallion Mortgage Inc. (1997-1999), Euro American Advisors Inc. (1999-2003), and his own company Mercury Advisors (2003-Present).
Combining his experience in both the development and the operational fields, Ken has been instrumental in the startup and creative process of multi-family developments and redevelopments . For the past 15 years Ken has been the principal developer and visionary for Grand Central at Kennedy and The Channel Club. Grand Central at Kennedy is a 392-unit condominium with 80,000 square feet of office space and 116,000 square feet of retail space with ample structured parking. It is home to tenants like Quality Distribution, St. Leo University, Kraft Heinz and Crunch Fitness. The Channel Club is a 22 story 324-unit apartment tower which also houses a 36,000 square feet Publix supermarket, Tampa’s first true urban supermarket. Both projects are in Tampa’s up and coming Channel District.
He is currently working on three mixed use developments two in the Channel District and one in the City of Saint Petersburg, which are similar in scale to Grand Central at Kennedy and Channel Club.
Paige joined KD Keller upon graduation from the University of Tampa in 2019. She interned in the summer of 2018 as the leasing agent for Channel Club and headed up the pre-leasing activity for that project.
Paige is an asset manager who's role involves identifying real estate investment opportunities in today’s volatile market. Paige’s current duties include looking for distressed assets in the retail, hospitality and office markets primarily in the south east. She also assists Ken with site selection, planning and development of multifamily projects in the greater Tampa Bay market.