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The New York Regional Center is responsible for the oversight of EB-5 projects in and around New York City. Projects such as Bryant Park and The Charles, in Manhattan, offer immediate access to the city’s most renowned landmarks. Times Square, Grand Central Terminal, Madison Square Garden, Fifth Avenue and The Chrysler Building are all located in Midtown Manhattan.
New York City attracts visitors and residents from all around the world every year. The New York real estate market has become one of the strongest in the world due to its international demand. For the past few years, affluent buyers from all over the world have poured into the increasingly globalized Manhattan real estate market. Individuals from Europe, Asia, The Middle East, and South America all continue to seek out NYC real estate investments as the market continues to strengthen and proves to be a good investment opportunity.
U.S. Immigration Fund is known for providing investors with high-quality and influential projects within New York City. Developments are built by the nation’s top firms and range from exciting multi-use projects such as Atlantic Yards/Pacific Park Brooklyn, to condominium towers such as The Charles, 855 Avenue of the Americas and 101 TriBeCa.
76 11th Avenue Project
300 Investors Fully Subscribed
62 Investors Fully Subscribed
Phase IV – AVAILABLE FOR INVESTMENT
PHASE I, II, & III – FULLY SUBSCRIBED
Construction In Progress
I-924 Exemplar Approved
I-526 Petitions Approved
January 17, 2019 By Edie Cohen
The XI Visionaries Gallery
LOCATION New York
SQ. FT.12,000 SQF
Developed by HFZ Capital Group, the Eleventh is a block-wide beacon situated between the High Line and the Hudson River in New York City. Slated for completion next year, the mixed-use entity will house luxury residences, retail and art destinations, restaurants, and a Six Senses spa hotel in a pair of torqued travertine towers by Bjarke Ingels Group. Given the level of luxe, no ordinary sales space would do. So Interior Design Hall of Fame member Michael Gabellini and co-partner Kimberly Sheppard of Gabellini Sheppard Associates, who both also oversaw the interiors of the west tower condominiums, plus various amenities, converted a 12,000-square-foot storefront into The XI Visionaries Gallery. The experiential gallery touts the Eleventh’s philosophy and features by way of a trio of art installations by scenographer Es Devlin.
TSX Broadway, also known as 1568 Broadway , is extremely rare in that it is at the heart of what is the most populated and most desired public space in North America. The project will showcase features that are unmatched by any other location within Times Square giving it an opportunity to capitalize on an audience that has been largely untapped.
Available for Investment
Construction in Progress
Set in the heart of Manhattan, 29th and 5th is set to deliver a class A+ office building focused on creating the next generation of wellness and sustainability in the heart of the area known as NoMad (North of Madison Square), one of the strongest markets in New York City. The building will incorporate a LEED certified design and highly amenitized offering package promoting employee connectivity, communal workspaces, and fitness options that will pioneer a new frontier of wellness and sustainability within the workplace. The building is designed with smaller 13,400 square foot floorplates that will attract an underserved market while leaving ample lot area to design a vibrant park surrounding the building.
Available for Investment
Construction In Progress
The Atlantic Yards Land Use Improvement and Civic Project is one of the most important public/private development initiatives underway in New York City today as well as one of the largest job-creating projects in Brooklyn’s history. This once-in-a-generation project spans 7 blocks, 22 acres and 7.8 million square feet of residential, retail, restaurant and public space. Master planned by Frank Gehry, Atlantic Yards is already serving as a social, cultural and commercial focal point in New York City.
Forest City will reinvent Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum into a thriving sports, entertainment and retail district in Long Island. Just as its predecessor project AYII revitalized and strengthened the New York City borough of Brooklyn, increasing consumer interest, traffic and revenues for the project and the city; Nassau Coliseum is expected to achieve similar success. The vision for the re-imagined Coliseum is supported by world class architecture, great programming and a redefined guest experience.
855 Avenue of the Americas is a mixed-use 41-story, residential-focused building that spans the full western block of 6th Avenue, between 30th and 31st Streets. Located where Midtown South meets Chelsea, the site is noted as one of Manhattan’s most desirable addresses. Developed by one of New York’s most prestigious firms, 855 Avenue of the Americas offers 375 luxury rental apartments, 127,000 square feet of Class A office space fully leased by Nike and 57,000 square feet of premium retail space fully leased to Nordstrom Rack.
Designed by Bjarke Ingels Group (BIG) and developed by the Durst Organization, West 57th is a truly remarkable residential development located in Manhattan. West 57th features a 41-story mixed-use tower with 711 luxury apartments. The development also features 44,857 square feet of retail space, 78,428 square feet of lobby space and amenities and 285 below-grade parking spaces.
Bryant Park is a mixed-use real estate development located at 20 West 40th Street, between Fifth and Sixth Avenues, and adjacent to Bryant Park. The Project is comprised of a 32-story structure encompassing an upscale hotel with 159 guest rooms, 2,500 square feet of retail space, 25,500 square feet of restaurant space and 66 luxury residential apartment homes. The Bryant Park Project is the first ever residential condominium built on Bryant Park, and the first ground-up residential tower in the United States designed by internationally celebrated architect David Chipperfield. This new landmark is a rare opportunity to live on one of the city’s most celebrated and carefully restored green spaces – Bryant Park – and is situated in the heart of New York City. In addition, the Project overlooks the famed New York City Public Library, and is just steps away from the world-famous 42nd Street, Madison Avenue, 5th Avenue and Times Square.
The partnership to redevelop the Brooklyn Public Library’s (BPL) Brooklyn Heights branch is going to transform the historical library building into a 36-story tower with 139 luxury condominium units, two retail spaces and a brand new state-of-the-art library and community center. In addition to the library building, Hudson Companies is building two additional residential towers nearby at the City’s request to provide more affordable housing for the community.
Halletts Point is a U.S. Immigration Fund EB-5 Project that will help transform the waterfront of Astoria, Queens. This 2.5 million-square-foot residential and retail development was approved for approximately – 2,400 rental residences in seven buildings including at least 483 affordable units. Halletts Point will transform a stretch of the Queens waterfront into a thriving residential community with a supermarket, a vibrant mix of retail, an extended and enhanced waterfront esplanade, parklands and renovated playgrounds.
The Charles is located at 1355 First Avenue, New York, NY. Designed by David Collins Studio, the property offers modern architecture and stunning views of Manhattan. The high rise tower boasts luxury condominiums and ground-floor retail. The Charles was a record setter amongst its peers – the penthouse contract for $37.94 million remains the highest price paid for a condominium east of Third Avenue on the Upper East Side.
Number of EB-5 Investors 50