City Connections shutters USCIS approved EB-5 regional center
When City Connections Realty launched an EB-5 regional center in the fall of 2015, the mid-sized firm expected business to boom.
Fearing imminent regulatory changes to the popular program, thousands of foreign nationals — mostly from China — jumped at the opportunity to invest in U.S. real estate projects in exchange for a visa.
But after just 18 months, City Connections quietly pulled the plug on its regional center.
- City Connections Regional Center
- The Real Deal
- Hudson Yards Manhattan Tower A-1 - A-8
- U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services
- Related Companies
- Gotham City Regional Center (Silverstein Properties Regional Center )
- Extell New York Regional Center, LLC
- New York
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