7887 Main - Progress

Posted on August 11, 2010

7887 Main

As many of you may have noticed, the 7887 Main project is well on its way. The paint is on the front face as well as the new store front glass system. It was no easy task cutting those new penetrations at the rear of the building that look over the new bayou walk but we believe it was worth every minute. The amount of light that floods the building now is incredible and the views are spectacular. We have 10 more exterior penetrations to make on the second story along the Roussell street side and along the bayou walk so we can install yet more windows and doors. Keep an eye out as they should be installed in the next few weeks. The second floor is almost completely framed out and the space feels better than we even expected. The rooms are spacious and flow very nicely. The bottom floor should be framed out in another week and a half so progress is steady and we are very pleased. The plumbers are moving in tomorrow to get started with top out and the electricians and air conditioning professionals shortly there after. Thanks for reading and should you like to comment please feel free... we love to hear from you.

7887 Main - Downtown Revitalization

Posted on October 15, 2009

7887 Main

The best of Houma is at your doorstep at 7887 Main. The historic building was once the bustling Houma Bargain Store and later served as Houma's city court. J.D. Underwood, LLC has been commissioned with the task of breathing new life into the beautiful brick structure and help its transformation into a multiuse facility housing luxury apartments upstairs and commercial retail space down. Partnered with Nano, LLC, a New Orleans Architectural firm with extensive background in similar historic renovations, we expect to see this project gain new found life in the coming year. To inquire about pre-leasing commercial or residential space please visit, for additional information.


Posted on October 1, 2009


JD Underwood, LLC has recently completed the Davit installation at LE Fletcher's Marine and Petroleum institute on dickson road in Houma, La. JDU was tasked with the challenge of refurbishing a donated ship board davit to be used as an educational device to teach offshore life safety.