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.