Amit Sela

An entrepreneur and successful businessman in the Twin Cities metropolis of Minneapolis and St. Paul, Minnesota, Amit Sela is an active member of his community. Aside from his business endeavors, Mr. Sela has committed himself to philanthropic and civic activities. He recognizes the need for research into the causes and treatment of several diseases and for financial aid to support those efforts. He donates to organizations such as the Lupus Foundation of America, the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation, the March of Dimes, and the American Cancer Society. Mr. Sela also advocates for those less fortunate than himself by supporting the Salvation Army and Habitat for Humanity. In addition, he places great importance on his religious beliefs and contributes to such causes as the Jewish Foundation, the Minneapolis Jewish Day School, the Jewish National Fund, and Hillel House. Mr. Sela also makes himself available to friends, relatives, neighbors, employees, and associates to help alleviate personal or financial problems.

Born and raised in Israel, Amit Sela immigrated to the United State in the 1970s to begin a career and start a family. He had previous experience in the construction business, so he readily found employment with home builders and renovation contractors. Mr. Sela gained valuable insight into the industry and subsequently became an entrepreneur and launched a successful roofing business.

Currently, Mr. Sela is the President of Sela Investments, LLP, which he also founded. The family-owned property investment and apartment management company seeks to discover and maintain high-quality residences throughout the Twin Cities area. The company places value on location, attractiveness, and aesthetics. Sela Investments also strives to offer its tenants high-end amenities, such as swimming pools, off-street parking, onsite laundry facilities, and skilled and punctual maintenance crews. Amit Sela continues to search for promising opportunities and is committed to the improvement of the Twin Cities area.