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U.S. Immigration Fund - NY
Contact Phone
+001.561.799.1883
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ADDRESS

115 Front Street, Suite 300 Jupiter, FL 33477

STATES

New York
  • [All State]

LANGUAGES

Chinese (Mandarin)
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The USIF New York Regional Center is located in the world’s most thriving metropolis to provide worthwhile opportunities for foreign investors and their families to obtain permanent U.S. residency through the EB-5 Visa Program.

The New York Regional Center is responsible for the oversight of EB-5 projects in and around New York City. Projects such as Bryant Park and The Charles, in Manhattan, offer immediate access to the city’s most renowned landmarks. Times Square, Grand Central Terminal, Madison Square Garden, Fifth Avenue and The Chrysler Building are all located in Midtown Manhattan.
 
New York City attracts visitors and residents from all around the world every year. The New York real estate market has experienced a strong rebound since the 2008 recession, a large part because of its international market. For the past few years, affluent buyers from all over the world have poured into the increasingly globalized Manhattan real estate market. Individuals from Europe, Asia and South America all continue to seek out NYC real estate the market continues to strengthen and prove good investments.
 
New York Regional Center recently partnered with Bluerock Real Estate to develop The Charles, a luxury condominium building with ground floor retail space in Manhattan. USIF and New York Regional Center worked with international investors, developers and banks to fund the project’s $157 million budget.

Is the Regional Center a Public Agency, Government Entity or a Public/Private Partnership (EDC/EDA) affiliated or associated with one?
No

Mentions

  • U.S. Immigration Fund Announces I-829 Approvals for The Charles EB-5 Project in New York City
  • Chinese EB-5 investors in major New York developments want their millions back
  • After the inauguration, New York, LA and South Florida real estate rewarded Trump with even more money
  • USIF announces launch of India-based operations
  • New renderings and details for Rafael Viñoly’s 125 Greenwich Street
  • EB-5 will thrive under Trump, experts say
  • Judge closes book on Brooklyn Heights library, condo lawsuit
  • Reining in regional centers
  • The EB-5 Gravy Train
  • The demand for EB-5 visas is greater than ever
  • Hudson looks to raise $110M from EB-5 investors for Brooklyn library project
  • High Line’s last unused section to become piazza
  • HFZ seeks $250M from EB-5 investors for High Line condos
  • Brooklyn Library-Condo Hybrid Approved by City Council Committee
  • The 11 largrest EB-5 projects in America
  • What China's economic slowdown means for South Florida's EB-5 projects
  • Shvo & Witcoff Receiving $800M in EB-5 Funds
  • Mastroianni settles dispute with Ex CFO
  • Shvo, Witkoff look to get $800M in EB-5 funding
  • Nassau must be wary about plans for Coliseum
  • Atlantic Yards Rebrands As Pacific Park, Reveals Next Building
  • Changes to EB-5’s location rules could have big impact on NY
  • Want a Green Card? Invest in Real Estate
  • New Coliseum plan isn't transformative
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Designation

Regional Center ID number
1214350657

Projects

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Overall Funding Needed:$1,172 (Mio)
EB-5 Funding Needed:$200 (Mio)

Regional Center EB-5 Quick Facts

Number of Approved I-526: N/A

Number of Approved I-829: N/A

News & Updates

U.S. Immigration Fund Announces I-829 Approvals for The Charles EB-5 Project in New York City
July 09, 2018
Chinese EB-5 investors in major New York developments want their millions back
June 13, 2018
After the inauguration, New York, LA and South Florida real estate rewarded Trump with even more money
February 01, 2018
USIF announces launch of India-based operations
August 03, 2017
New renderings and details for Rafael Viñoly’s 125 Greenwich Street
January 03, 2017
EB-5 will thrive under Trump, experts say
November 18, 2016
Judge closes book on Brooklyn Heights library, condo lawsuit
July 11, 2016
Reining in regional centers
April 01, 2016
The EB-5 Gravy Train
April 01, 2016
The demand for EB-5 visas is greater than ever
March 28, 2016
Hudson looks to raise $110M from EB-5 investors for Brooklyn library project
March 25, 2016
High Line’s last unused section to become piazza
February 18, 2016
HFZ seeks $250M from EB-5 investors for High Line condos
February 05, 2016
Brooklyn Library-Condo Hybrid Approved by City Council Committee
December 10, 2015
The 11 largrest EB-5 projects in America
October 22, 2015
What China's economic slowdown means for South Florida's EB-5 projects
August 27, 2015
Shvo & Witcoff Receiving $800M in EB-5 Funds
July 16, 2015
Mastroianni settles dispute with Ex CFO
July 15, 2015
Shvo, Witkoff look to get $800M in EB-5 funding
July 11, 2015
Nassau must be wary about plans for Coliseum
May 25, 2015
Atlantic Yards Rebrands As Pacific Park, Reveals Next Building
May 21, 2015
Changes to EB-5’s location rules could have big impact on NY
May 20, 2015
Want a Green Card? Invest in Real Estate
May 20, 2015
New Coliseum plan isn't transformative
May 15, 2015

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