A real estate investment and development company focused on South Florida multi-family development and sunbelt short-term rental home acquisitions.

About Us

Headquartered in North Miami, Oldtown has over 1,100 class A multi-family units under development and manages over $30M of residential real estate across the U.S.

Oldtown marries a data-driven approach with thoughtful design that creates meaningful experiences. With an entrepreneurial spirit and network of highly localized strategic partners, Oldtown identifies unique opportunities that help maximize risk-adjusted returns for our investors throughout all stages of the market cycle.

Anthony Hodes

Co-Founder / Miami

Anthony is a Founding Partner of Oldtown Capital Partners. He directs the strategic vision of the firm and spearheads the firm’s ground-up development platform. Prior to starting Oldtown, Mr. Hodes held various positions throughout the institutional real estate investment and development business, most recently with the Related Companies as a financial analyst and project manager for the market rate development team in Chicago. Prior to joining Related, Mr. Hodes worked in real estate private equity for Tribune Real Estate Holdings. Mr. Hodes was named by Negocios Now as a Latino 40 Under 40 in Chicago. Mr. Hodes holds a B.A. in History from the University of Michigan.

Michael Serposs

Co-Founder / Miami

Michael is a Founding Partner of Oldtown Capital Partners. Mr. Serposs oversees the company’s income arm, specifically the workforce housing and short-term rental portfolios. Prior to Oldtown, he was a Director for Starwood Retail Partners, the retail arm of the global private equity firm Starwood Capital Group. In this capacity, he underwrote and deployed over $400 million in accretive redevelopment capital to revitalize and transform the shopping center portfolio into dynamic mixed-use assets. Prior to joining Starwood, Mr. Serposs worked as a commercial real estate appraiser at the financial advisory firm Duff & Phelps. Mr. Serposs holds a B.A. from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, where he was a triple major in Real Estate & Urban Land Economics, International Business, and Economics.