Global Perspective, Local Focus
KDC's first project was the renovation of a 100-year old church into its headquarters and home for its
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Lisa Kolarsky, in addition to serving as the General Manager, is also a real estate agent licensed in Louisiana, U.S.A. Since
leaving Chevron-Texaco in 1999, she has devoted over a decade to selling valuable historic homes to unique clientelle
across the state.
However, that is not to say that the new global economy is not without problems. Far from it. Because of
the explosion of communications technology, everything happens more quicker and more volatile. Moreover,
new blocks are emergign in the world, competing for marketplace and natural resources.
KDC is involved in the Holmes Street subdivision project to be realized in its home town of Pearl River.
The Holmes Street development project is designed to offer comfortable, laid-back, Southern-style living
well built homes oozing character, while behind the scenes featuring 21st century world-class energy efficiency
In parallel with the Holmes Street project, KDC has embarked on a projecst in Europe, involving renovations
of 17th and 18th century historic objects, including rectories, chapels and small chateaus.
In the 18th century, following the 30-years war of re-Catholicizing those regions inhabited by the losing
Protestants, there was an unprecedented Baroque building boom in Central Europe.
A great number of churches, chapels, cathedrals, rectories, chateaus were built. Today, many of these
following the turmoil of the 20th century, many of these unique and beautiful structures are empty and offered for sale.
KDC has been involved in several acquisitions, with the intention to renovate them to their original 18th century look,
using tasteful and sensitive approaches that preserve the character of the original building,
while impairing necessary updates such modern amenities as plumbing, electricity, 21st century telecommunications,
heated floors, etc.
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