We offer busy professionals and business owners seeking diversification beyond the stock and bond market, the opportunity to privately co-invest in large scale multifamily investment opportunities offering solid returns and tax benefits. 

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why park royal capital...

After a twenty-year corporate career, the ivy-league trained transactional lawyer and compliance executive turned full-time commercial real estate investor in 2017 with a focus on multifamily value-add investment opportunities. 

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Clive Davis


Since founding Park Royal Capital in 2017 Clive Davis has personally invested in more than 3,000 multifamily rental units, as well as a portfolio of hotels based in Atlanta where he has resided since 2005. Most recently Park Royal Capital (and partners) acquired an A-Class 2021 constructed multifamily property located in Northwest Arkansas, bringing its total units under management to 757 units with a combined value of over $147M.

Clive is also a partner in WGL Partners, the developer of a 90 acre community called Ceres, in Chattahoochee Hills, GA. 

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Bridgewater at Mt. Zion apartments

The Reserve at 2070 Apartments

Recent Deals

Pinnacle Heights Apartments 





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"If you don't find a way to make money while you sleep, you will work until you die."

- Warren Buffet

Why invest in multifamily real estate?

It generally appreciates at or ahead of the rate of inflation since rents can be appropriately adjusted with each new lease or renewal.

Investing in multifamily real estate enables you to effectively diversify your investment portfolio with tangible cash flowing assets which tend to retain and grow in value over the long run.

Investing in multifamily real estate provides numerous tax benefits typically not available to other investment options (e.g. stocks and bonds).

Large scale multifamily real estate has proven itself to be a resilient asset type that has fared well through recessionary environments and even during the Covid-19 global pandemic beginning in 2020.

Due to a substantial and growing imbalance in the supply of available and affordable housing units compared to the demand, multifamily real estate is well positioned to perform well for years to come.


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