We are a qualified opportunity fund (QOF) and a real estate investment trust (REIT) that offers freely tradable non-listed equity shares. Our shares are available to both accredited and non-accredited investors.
We combine our value-driven investment process with a highly tax-efficient structure. Park View OZ REIT’s investors can benefit from two recently enacted tax incentives created by the Tax Cuts and Job Act of 2017. The first is the creation of QOFs which offer substantial tax savings on capital gains. The second is the qualified business income deduction which reduces the taxes due on the income we pay out to shareholders as dividends. Additionally, the REIT structure is highly tax efficient itself.
We strive to provide our investors with an institutional-quality commercial real estate portfolio in a fund that is highly tax-efficient and low fee.
Mr. Kelley has 30 years of experience in business and financial markets.
Prior to founding Park View Investments, he worked with clients structuring capital transactions to fund real estate development and operating company operations at Niagara International Capital.
He was quick to recognize the potential of opportunity zones to change the course of capital flows. Through his writings and presentations, Mr. Kelley has become a leading voice on opportunity zones and how investors and community leaders can benefit from them.
He is active in the entrepreneurial community having served as a mentor, board member, and pitch competition judge.
Previously, he focused on investing in emerging markets for a family office and worked at several investment banks raising capital in a wide variety of industries. Mr. Kelley has a B.A. in Economics from the University of Massachusetts.
Ms. Tyminski brings 25+ years of experience in management, human resources, and leadership.
She is adept at identifying challenges, defining solutions, and implementing new processes and procedures to drive results.
Currently, she is running a non-profit that promotes the engineering profession in the built environment. She formerly served as vice president of the Association of Junior Leagues International, a 140,000 member organization. She is a highly active volunteer for her alma mater, Smith College and was also president of the Boston Smith College Club.
Elizabeth is an MBA recipient from Boston College where she graduated first in her class.
Mr. Galasso has over 25 years of experience in developing, financing, constructing and managing a diverse portfolio of urban infill developments.
His development company revitalized the Little Italy and East Village neighborhoods in San Diego with a series of infill affordable and market rate housing, historic renovation, hotels and mixed-use developments.
He has served and been appointed to numerous governmental committees and planning boards including being chosen by the mayor of San Diego to serve on the Affordable Housing Taskforce and selected as chair of its Development Expedite Program.
Recently, he was chairman of the Falmouth Economic and Industrial Corporation in his hometown of Falmouth, Massachusetts and helped form and was the original executive director of a new non-profit to redevelop downtown New Bedford, Massachusetts. He is also currently developing a number of workforce housing projects.
Mr. Galasso is experienced in utilizing low-income housing tax credits, historic tax credits, HOME funds, CBDG, tax-exempt bonds and other governmental programs to finance the development and redevelopment of underserved urban areas.
He is a graduate of Boston College, attended the San Diego State Graduate Program in Urban Planning, and has completed numerous executive and professional development programs at Harvard University, MIT, UCSD and New York University.
Mr. Isabelle is a founder and former managing member of Ironwood Investment Management.
He began his career at The Hartford Insurance Group in 1983 and joined The Pioneer Group in 1984 as a chemical analyst. In July 1990, Mr. Isabelle opened the Pioneer Capital Growth mutual fund and opened the Pioneer Small Company Fund in 1994.
He managed both funds until January 1997 in addition to taking on duties as director of research and head of domestic equities. He was then hired by the Evergreen Funds as chief investment officer for equities before establishing Ironwood.
Since January 2004, Mr. Isabelle has served as a member of the Public Board and vice-chairman of the Investment Committee of the University of Massachusetts Foundation. He is a chartered financial analyst and a member of the CFA Institute.
Mr. Isabelle received a Bachelor of Science degree in chemistry from Lowell Technological Institute, a Master of Science degree in Polymer Science and Engineering from the University of Massachusetts, and a Masters in Business Administration from the Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania.
Mr. Mabbs started his career as an investment banker with Bear Stearns, focusing primarily on technology-oriented companies.
He left to become the director of investment banking of First Albany Corporation/Gleacher Company. With their initial sponsorship, he raised a fund called FA Technology Ventures where he was a managing partner for twenty years.
FA Technology Ventures was typically the lead investor in early-stage technology companies and took an active role in helping guide their investment’s management through a board of directors position.
FA Technology Ventures’ performance was in the top quartile of its peer group nationally. The company was also a lead investor in a number of iconoclastic companies such as iRobot, eInk, Softricity, BinOptics, CreditSights, and A123 Systems.
Mr. Mabbs currently is a managing partner of QKA Ventures, the successor partnership of FA Technology Ventures.