Sixty West Funds COO Amy Kelly contributed to the largest commercial real estate publication in New York this past week in an article focused on Opportunity Zone Program education.
Ms. Kelly counseled on the difference between investment through the newly designated Opportunity Zone Program and traditional 1031 exchange. Ms. Kelly’s contribution to the journal highlights Sixty West Funds dedication to investment education and commitment to partnerships with investors as well as fellow developer, advisors, and tax consultants. The author of the article is Mike Packman, founder and principal of Keystone National Properties (KNPRE).
“Current investments that qualify for Opportunity Zone Funds include commercial real estate development or renovation, opening new businesses, expansion of business into Opportunity Zones, or the continued expansion of a business already located inside one.”
Learn more and read the full story here – http://reader.mediawiremobile.com/NYREJ/issues/203922/viewer?page=36
Opportunity Zone Program vs 1031 Exchange: Understanding the risks and benefits of each was released in print and digital publication on October 16th and will run until November 5th, 2018.