Kilu Interiors to Occupy 1331 State Street

Home Furnishing Store Moving from Haley Location

Kilu Interiors has found a home on State Street and is moving from its current location at 410 E. Haley Street. The 1,460 sf storefront at 1331 State Street was previously occupied by Full Bloom. Kristopher Roth and Greg Bartholomew of Hayes Commercial Group represented all parties in the transaction. The adjacent space at 1329 State Street is currently available for lease.

1331 State Street
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1331 State Street

The creation of Luis Luceti and Alexandra Edens, Kilu Interiors offers unique, hand-crafted furnishings from around the world. They join tenants such as Indigo Home Furnishing and Creative Stereo providing products and services for the home on the 1300 block.

Commenting on the lease, Kristopher Roth said, “Alexandra and Luis seized an opportunity in the current market to move to a more prominent location. They will benefit from the foot traffic in the theatre district.”

Deal Type: Retail Lease

Address: 1331 State St

Square Feet: 1,460

Lessee: Kilu Interiors

Lessee Information:

Lessor: The Tevis Family

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Source: Hayes Commercial Group

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