California regional center almost done with phase 1 of project
The Bay Area Regional Center offers investors in the EB-5 visa program an opportunity to earn their U.S. green card by investing in the San Francisco Bay-area.
The EB-5 visa program gives foreign nationals a chance to become eligible for their green cards if they invest $1 million in an American business and that investment preserves or creates 10 jobs. Regional centers are private corporations or government agencies that manage and direct EB-5 investments.
With the Jack London Square Market 95 percent complete, the first phase of the Bay Area Regional Center’s Jack London Square project is almost done, so the center will be looking for new investors for its future projects. These projects include the Jack London Square project Phase II and various redevelopment undertakings in Oakland.
According to their website, the Bay Area Regional Center works with an extensive network of governmental agencies, real estate brokers, developers and attorneys. These resources may make this particular regional center a smart choice for those participating in the EB-5 program.
The geographic area designated to the Bay Area Regional Center includes land in Solano, Contra Costa, Alameda and San Mateo counties, including significant portions on San Francisco and Oakland’s waterfronts.