CanAm Announces Closing of Its Third Mezzanine Redeployment Loan

CanAm Announces Closing of Its Third Mezzanine Redeployment Loan

CanAm Enterprises (CanAm), a leading full-service financial firm sponsoring EB-5 immigration-linked investment funds, is pleased to announce that its private equity affiliate, CanAm Capital Partners (“CACP”), has successfully closed its latest real estate investment in Florida for the City Center West Orange (“CCWO”) project, which marked the third investment project in CACP’s redeployment Mezzanine Loan portfolio.

The CCWO project is situated on 55.42 acres in a premier growth corridor of Orlando, Florida. The project development consists of three phases and will include the construction of approximately 3,500 residential units (rental and condominium) and over 600,000 square feet of retail, office, and medical office space, as well as parking.

“We were attracted to this project by its excellent location within the Orlando MSA and believe David Townsend and his team have created tremendous value in their entitlement and predevelopment efforts, which our investors stand to benefit from,” commented John Reid, CACP’s Director of Project Development. “We are also pleased to announce that this closing marks $100 million of capital we’ve now invested in our Florida redeployment portfolio and we anticipate closing the full $220 million investment pool by the end of Q1 of 2021.”

After thorough due diligence, analysis, and negotiation of terms, CACP recommended the CCWO project to CanAm Capital Management, LLC (“CACM”), which determined that this investment is compliant with the investment parameters set forth in the disclosure statement to the EB-5 Limited Partners, and offers an attractive investment with favorable terms and strong collateral.

As a leading regional center, CanAm has developed an investor-focused EB-5 redeployment platform that prioritizes investors’ specific immigration and financial needs and objectives. CanAm recognizes that each investor has different goals in terms of his or her redeployment timeframe, expected return, and risk tolerance – and ultimately it is the investor’s decision to decide how to redeploy his or her EB-5 capital. Therefore, CanAm’s EB-5 investors have the option to independently select their preferred choice when redeploying through CanAm’s affiliate registered investment advisory firm, CanAm Capital Management, LLC (“CACM”).

CACM is an investment advisory firm registered with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (“SEC”) under the Investment Advisers Act of 1940. In addition to providing investment advice to CanAm’s EB-5 limited partnerships which must redeploy investors’ capital, CACM also specializes in providing investment advisory services and solutions to high net worth clients. These services are tailored to meet individual client needs and investment objectives. Investment strategies are implemented through CACM’s selection and retention of unaffiliated sub-advisers to provide sub-advisory services, including access to investment funds and investments across multiple asset classes, day-to-day securities selection, and other related services.

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