Keith Bilski is the founder of the Finial Group and oversees the firm’s service business and investment and development activities. Mr. Bilski has more than 15 years of experience in the brokerage, development and investment of real estate with expertise in site acquisitions, capital structuring, and project management.
Some current and past projects since launching Finial Group include the development of Fairview Industrial Park- a deed restricted business park located in Northwest Houston and comprised of six free standing crane capable buildings built in partnership with a private investor, Draper Lake- a 36 acre land investment in Florida with syndicated limited partner equity, Louetta Business Park- a 13 acre business park with nine free standing buildings with syndicated limited partner equity, Bear Creek Industrial Park- a 10 acre business park with two free standing buildings with syndicated limited partner equity, World Houston Business Park- an 11 acre business park with six planned buildings in joint venture with Panattoni Development Company, Bell Heights- a mid-rise residential and lot development deal with a private investor, Heights Mercantile- a retail development with a private investor, purchase/leaseback of the 72,726 SF ErgoGenesis world headquarters in partnership with a large investment firm, purchase and development of Navasota Market Square Phase 1 in partnership with a large investment firm, and the purchase and development of Navasota Market Square Phase 2 in partnership with a large investment firm.
Additionally, over the last 15 years Mr. Bilski has been significantly involved in over 1,000 industrial, land, office, and retail transactions with aggregate deal size in excess of $900 million. Prior to forming Finial Group, Mr. Bilski served as Vice President of Caldwell Companies where he completed the following investment and development projects: Round Up Business Park- a 228,400 SF industrial development in Northwest Houston comprised of institutional quality front and rear load buildings built in partnership with Sun Life Financial, Greens Crossing IV- a 68,000 SF industrial development comprised of an institutional quality rear load building in North Houston done in partnership with Sun Life Financial, Remington Square- a 383,000 SF class A office and retail mixed-use project in Northwest Houston built in partnership with Sun Life Financial, and Spring Cypress Village- a 97,000 SF Class A retail redevelopment renovation done in partnership with Sun Life Financial.
Mr. Bilski has earned the Certified Commercial Investment Member (CCIM) and Society of Industrial and Office Realtor (SIOR) designations and is a licensed real estate broker in the state of Texas. He currently serves on the board of directors of the SIOR Houston/Gulf Coast Chapter and is active with Urban Land Institute (ULI) and National Association of Industrial and Office Properties (NAIOP). He is a founding member and currently serving on the board of directors of PALS (People Against Leigh's Syndrome), a nonprofit organization working in partnership with the Children’s Memorial Hermann UT Mitochondrial Center of Excellence and the Memorial Hermann Foundation. PALS was created to build awareness of Leigh's Syndrome and support efforts that will lead to discovery of a treatment or cure. Leigh’s Syndrome is a progressive and fatal neurometabolic disorder affecting infants and children. Mr. Bilski regularly serves as a guest speaker both at Texas A&M University and University of Texas at Austin in both MBA and undergraduate programs.