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From the very beginning, a year-round farmers market was envisioned to occupy the ground floor of the six-story apartments at 2900 Grand Ave. Those plans were delayed with the legal troubles of now imprisoned developer Lobsang Dargey. Th...
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Vermont Business Magazine Attorney General TJ Donovan has asked the Lamoille Superior Court to dismiss a lawsuit brought by five EB-5 investors against the State of Vermont and 10 current and former state employees. Plaintiffs allege that they...
Rendering of the Nordstrom flagship store and its main entrance on 57th Street Banks are wary they can’t sell debt before holiday sales season The Nordstrom family is scurrying to come up with more equity to take the retailer private as ...
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A De Pere businessman who defrauded a local bank has reached a plea agreement with federal prosecutors. A federal grand jury indicted Ron Van Den Heuvel on 19 counts, alleging that he took part in a scheme to defraud Horicon Bank. As part o...
Michael Goldberg, the court-appointed receiver in the EB-5 fraud case, speaks at a Statehouse news conference Thursday. Ten people have become the first defrauded EB-5 investors in the Jay Peak Resort projects to obtain permanent U.S. resid...
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Michael Goldberg explains a settlement with the financial firm Raymond James which will pay contractors and investors owed money in the Jay Peak and Burke Mountain EB-5 projects at the Statehouse in Montpelier on Thursday, April 13, 2017.  ...
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The Hotel Jay is the signature project of the Jay Peak Resort expansion. The developers used EB-5 immigrant investor money to build the five-story hotel. An investor alleges that the fifth floor was double-sold to two sets of investors.  Go...

EB-5 Articles, Firms, Regional Center & Project Updates

Richard Bassuk, Chief Executive Officer, and Drew Fletcher, President, of Greystone Bassuk, today announced the closing of a $30,000,000 construction loan with Bank Hapoalim USA on behalf of an affiliate of BLDG Management Company, Inc. (“BLDG...
Rendering of the Hyatt House and Hyatt Place at LAX As a state that’s home to several high-barrier-to-entry markets and destinations that guests love to travel to, it’s no surprise that California is seeing a flurry of activity. Here ar...
Peak Resorts, Inc. a leading owner and operator of high-quality, individually branded U.S. ski resorts, announced today that United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (“USCIS”) has approved the Company’s proposed Great North Regional ...
IPO staff met with EB-5 stakeholders twice this week, at an official Stakeholder Engagement on November 7 and at an EB-5 Conference hosted by Baruch College on November 10. I’ve uploaded voice recordings of both presentations (11/7 here and 11/...
The state of Vermont is seeking a company to redact personal identifying information from hundreds of thousands of documents in its EB-5 investor fraud case against Jay Peak developers before releasing them to the public. The state Departme...
Developer Jeffery Kozero wants to remake a swath of South Philadelphia’s Delaware River waterfront into Philadelphia’s version of Miami Beach. Imagine 10 towers — up to 34 stories — overlooking the Delaware in what would be the city’s biggest ...
New life is being breathed into a historic high-rise building in Alabama. The 12-story Bell Building in Montgomery is undergoing a $25 million renovation thanks to help from Chinese investors, according to the Montgomery Advertiser. Once...
Federal regulators and the attorney for Jay Peak developer Ariel Quiros have failed to reach agreement on how much he should pay in penalties and damages in the largest EB-5 investor fraud case in the history of the program. Attorneys for t...
PROGRAM AGENDA USCIS Information Session Hosted by Mona Shah Global Friday, November 10, 2017 ...
Outlet mall based in Corpus Christi Texas. The project is fully operational and cash flowing, with EB5 being used to take out short term construction debt. The project is exemplar approved and all job creation needed to satisfy EB5 was locked in d...
USCIS INFORMATION SESSION HOSTED BY MONA SHAH GLOBAL     The William and Anita Newman Conference Center 151 East 25th Street  Room 750  New York, NY 10010 Friday, November 10, 2017 8:30A...
The discussion of the EB-5 Immigrant Investor Program has been squarely focused on gridlock on reforms that have been dragging out for the past two years. But while Congress continues to delay any concrete decisions on modifications to the pro...
The New York City Regional Center ("NYCRC") is pleased to announce that over 1,550 EB-5 investors have now received I-829 petition approvals in the company's project offerings.  A total of 1,580 I-829 petition approvals to date have now enable...
  A $25 million makeover is underway inside a historic Montgomery high-rise that will soon boast 88 luxury loft apartments as well as space for restaurants and stores. And it’s all happening thanks to an infusion of millions of dollars from...
Developer Joseph Moinian aims to raise as much as $500 million of EB-5 funds -- contributions from foreign nationals in exchange for legal U.S. residency -- to help him build a $2 billion skyscraper on Manhattan’s far west side. At a ground...
Moinian Group on Friday broke ground on a 53-story tower in the burgeoning Hudson Yards district that is rapidly changing New York’s skyline in a more than $2 billion project the developer hopes to help finance through the EB-5 visa program. ...
On Sept. 8, the EB-5 Regional Center visa program was extended by Congress, without any changes, until Dec. 8. The EB-5 program provides a pathway to legal permanent residence to foreign nationals who create at least 10 new jobs by investin...
The Hotel Jay is the signature project of the Jay Peak Resort expansion. The developers used EB-5 immigrant investor money to build the five-story hotel. An investor alleges that the fifth floor was double-sold to two sets of investors. VT...
An alternative energy investment firm representing foreign investors sued the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services on Tuesday, claiming it has merely “spun its wheels” to delay worthy immigrants’ visas. The California Energy Investment...
Tribune Tavern, a restaurant in the base of the Oakland Tribune Tower that was opened in 2013 by dubious businessman Tom Henderson, has suddenly closed, the East Bay Express reports. Henderson, who once owned the Oakland landmark, committe...

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