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22 Mar Bizzi and Partners Announce USIF Project, 125 Greenwich Topping Off

 Posted at 07:00h in 125 Greenwich, EB-5 News, Project News by Nadia 


 A version of this article was first published on Off The Mrkt This week, real estate firm, Bizzi & Partners announced that 125 Greenwich Streettopped out at 88 stories. Designed by celebrated architect Rafael Viñoly and interior design firm March & White, the newest Manhattan skyscraper tops out at 912 feet. Viñoly’s design includes an exposed concrete column that runs the length of the building, and a curved glass facade for exceptional panoramic views of the Hudson River, Statue of Liberty, World Trade Center Complex, and the New York City skyline. 125 Greenwich Street is a U.S. Immigration Fund EB-5 project, and is comprised of 273 residences ranging from studios to three-bedrooms. “The topping out of 125 Greenwich Street is an incredible milestone to celebrate as we are one step closer to brining the ultimate in luxury living to buyers through artful design and exceptional craftsmanship that was created in collaboration between world renowned architect Rafael Viñoly and acclaimed interior designers March and White,” state Davide Bizzi, Chief Executive Officer of Bizzi & Partners. 125 Greenwich offers premier amenities for their residents. The amenity suites (usually slated for the lower-levels) are located on the top portion of the building, allowing residents to take advantage of palatial views alongside a state-of-the-art fitness center and yoga studio, infinity pool, and private dining room. The swimming pool has full-view sunsets and views of the World Trade Center as it faces west, while the fitness center faces east towards Brooklyn and the sunrise – giving residents a unique 360-degree view. 

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These are just a of many design elements that makes the space unique to Viñoly and the March & White team. The amenity space also includes an oversized dining room, an entertainment room as well as a spa. With sales underway, studios start at 418 square feet and $1.2 million; one-bedroom residences start at 752 square feet and $3.225 million; and three-bedroom residences starting at 1,932 square feet and $4.625 million. Buyers can expect a move in date around Q2 FY 2020. Douglas Elliman is exclusively handling the sales and marketing for 125 Greenwich Street.

Good Morning, Vietnam: Country is becoming a large EB-5 participant

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Hanoi, Vietnam with money and a photo from the movie Good Morning, Vietnam (Credit: iStock and BagoGames via Flickr)

Vietnam is boosting its presence in the EB-5 program, now trailing only China and India as the most active participant.

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Posted at 18:54h in 76 Eleventh Ave., EB-5 News by Nadia

21 Mar The XI at 76 Eleventh Avenue Features Massive Retail Space on the High Line

 A version of this article was first published on the New York Post The highly anticipated XI recently topped out earlier this month and has prime retail space on the High Line, which draws over 20 million visitors. The XI is a U.S. Immigration Fund EB-5 project and boasts over 85,000 square feet of retail space on the High Line. The XI is a mixed-use project that sits directly on the highland in between West 17th and 18th and 10th and 11th avenues. Six Senses Hotels hotel and luxury condominiums sit above the 85,000 square feet of retail below. 55,000 square feet of the 85,000 will be home to the Six Senses’ spa and wellness facilities as well as the hotel’s food and beverage. The additional 30,000 square feet of retail will be leased by Beth Rosen, who is leading a Ripco team. The leasing team is focused on acquiring restaurant, fashion and lifestyle brands, and art galleries as tenants for the retail space. There is still retail available for lease. A 1,500-square-foot storefront with High Line access is mid-block on West 18th Street is adjacent to Six Senses’ signature restaurant that has additional High Line access.  There is comparable availability next to the Six Senses entrance. The corner of West 17th Street and 10th Avenue has notable retail space on two floors with the Six Senses occupying the top three floors.  

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 Is the EB-5 program changing? World Trade Center San Francisco is here to give you the EB-5 latest news.

 

There has been a lot of rumors going around about the EB-5 Program. Possible extensions and a potential raise in investment amount of up to $800,000. What really is going on with the EB-5 latest news?

This is a complicated question because as of right now, EB-5 was just extended with a continuing resolution that extends the program through the end of April exactly as it has always been.

One thing to note, the EB-5 Investment Program has plenty of support within the United States government and should continue to be supported for the foreseeable future. That being said, change is coming to the EB-5 Program. The reason behind all the temporary extensions is that congress has not been able to agree, yet, on all the changes that it is going to make to the program.

The uncertainty circulating the program has caused the market to come to a halt as many investors are looking to wait and see what happens.

Topics receiving the most discussion amongst those in congress include the following:
• Minimum Investment Amounts
• Target Employment Areas
• Rural and Metropolitan Areas
• Infrastructure
• Job Creation
• Visa Allotment
• Regional Center Auditing
• And More…

There are plenty of rumors circulating because no one knows for sure what is going to be changed and what will stay the same. What we do know is that the amount of investment is going to increase. We do not know to what amount as of this time, but it is fairly certain that there will be a significant minimum investment increase.

Investors have shied away from starting their EB-5 investment, but with the coming changes, this may be the last time to start an EB-5 investment at the current investment amount of $500,000 USD. Waiting could result in more capital being required for the initial investment as well as additional fees which may be required, and effects to the job creation method.

If you are someone that has considered EB-5 investment, now could be the perfect time. We are experts in EB-5 investment with dedicated projects focused on secure investment and getting you the permanent residence that you desire.

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Posted at 18:44h in 125 Greenwich, Project News by lindy

12 Feb These NYC buildings by notable architects will debut in 2019

 Scores of New York buildings will open their doors to residents in 2019, and at least a handful of those have the distinction of having been designed by bona fide starchitects. The buildings on this list were designed by firms like Diller Scofidio + Renfro, Rafael Viñoly Architects, and Jean Nouvel, who among them carry big-time accolades and name recognition beyond the design community. Some of these projects have been in the works for many years now, and will finally give residents (and curious onlookers) a peek inside. Read on to learn which buildings touting noteworthy architecture will roll out the welcome mat this year.   1. 125 Greenwich Street The 912-foot downtown skyscraper designed by Rafael Viñoly will welcome residents in the last quarter of 2019. The 88-floor condo turns the model of larger, pricier condos at the top of the building on its head by putting the building’s studios on its upper floors and amenities on its top three floors. Interiors are designed by habitual superyacht designers March and White and include touches like cabinet doors that tuck away when they’re open and hidden appliances. Bizzi and Partners developed the property.     Original post: NY.CURBED