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New York City RC PDF Print E-mail
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Tuesday, 18 May 2010 17:02

Located in one of the most vibrant and dynamic economic markets in the world, the New York City Regional Center (NYCRC) offers investment opportunities pursuant to the EB-5 Investor Visa Program. This program sets aside 3,000 visas each year for foreign investors who invest in “designated regional centers” such as the NYCRC.

The NYCRC received full approval and designation from the United States Department of Homeland Security and the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services on October 30, 2008.

The NYCRC offers an exciting new vehicle to obtain permanent residency status in the United States while investing in a wide range of real estate projects in New York City’s four largest boroughs (Manhattan, Brooklyn, Queens, and the Bronx).

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Why Choose the NYCRC:

  • All projects are located in approved Targeted Employment Areas
  • Job creation and EB-5 funding stability are our primary goals
  • Every project has a clearly defined exit strategy
  • Located in New York City, the global hub of business, entertainment, and education and one of the most robust real estate markets in the world
  • Real estate development projects overseen by top tier companies and New York City government entities
  • EB-5 funding made in conjunction with capital funding by New York City and federal government agencies
  • Real estate projects situated on government-owned property and specifically selected to create a significant number of jobs
  • Superior management and operations — the NYCRC is run by a proven team of professionals with experience in real estate, urban planning, government, and the law
  • EB-5 funds are held in a protected bank escrow account until the I-526 conditional green card petition is approved
  • Satisfy job creation requirements by counting both direct and indirect jobs
  • You will invest alongside other individuals, thereby enabling investment in projects large enough to create jobs

Types of NYCRC Projects

The NYCRC will work in conjunction with top private developers as well as New York City government entities and economic development non-profits to select a broad range of real estate projects. Regardless of the project, job creation and funding stability are our #1 goals.

The NYCRC will pool multiple individuals together for each project to help ensure that the project itself will be larger and financially more stable. Please visit our “Current Projects” section to learn more about NYCRC funding opportunities.

The NYCRC will target investments in a diversified portfolio of real
estate projects such as:

  • Office Buildings these are buildings developed for general office use. New York City is one of the largest office building markets in the world, and the opportunities for office development, rehabilitation, and upgrading are unsurpassed anywhere else in the world.
  • Civic Buildingsthese are buildings developed for governmental or public use, such as schools, community centers, transit centers, courthouses, etc.
  • Retail Storesthese buildings can be free standing or within a larger development project.
  • Hotelsthese buildings can be free standing or within a larger development project.  Often a hotel development project will include restaurant, retail, and residential components as well.
  • Restaurantsthese buildings can be free standing or within a larger development project which often include a hotel.
  • Light Industrial and Warehousesthroughout New York City, older and functionally obsolete manufacturing buildings are being rehabilitated and retrofitted with modern electrical, high speed communications, and environmental systems that are more compatible with 21st century needs and requirements. New York City is at the forefront of this rehabilitation effort and many such projects are available throughout the city.
  • Mixed-Use (commercial and residential)these buildings often include some combination of those listed above. For example, a hotel, restaurant and residential apartments may all be included in one mixed-use development project.
Last Updated on Thursday, 20 May 2010 17:15