34-Year-Old Black Real Estate Investor Just Bought Two More Hotels and Wants to Help Others Do The S
Nationwide — Davonne Reaves could have stopped at making history. After all, becoming one of the youngest African American women hotel owners in America is no small feat. But the 34-year-old tourism industry veteran just isn’t built like that. It’s in her blood to “give back” and “pay it forward.” And she’s doing just that now with more hotel properties added to her steadily growing portfolio.
The millennial mom of a young son who grew up in a working-class family just outside of Atlanta has done it again; last month she acquired two more hotel properties with Nassau Investments; a Staybridge Suites in Fishers, Indiana, which is part of the renowned Intercontinental Hotel Group, one of the largest hotel brands in the world. At the same time, Nassau Investments and Reaves also purchased a Hampton Inn & Suites in Scottsburg, Indiana.