EB-5 Visa Investor Q&A with Dan Shields on 260 Kent

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EB-5 Projects Q&A with the Managers of EB-5 Investment Projects. These live broadcasts allow for investors, attorneys and advisors to call in with questions for Managers of EB-5 projects regarding the status of the project, job creation, exit strategy, escrow, past and current visa approvals as well as repayment of principal. These discussions help foster much needed transparency in the industry and allow potential investors and their advisors the opportunity to ask the Managers questions directly, without having to go through agents, finders and promoters creating a more efficient and transparent marketplace.

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-Investment is held in escrow and will not be released to fund the
project until investor’s individual I-526 immigration petition is
-Projected to create over 2,600 jobs or 47 jobs per investor – nearly
5 times the required amount
-The project commenced construction in June 2017 (see recent
picture attached)
-The developer, Two Trees Management (www.twotreesny.com),
has been building commercial real estate properties in the New
York City area for over 40 years.
-Two Trees has invested over $115 million of its own equity and
will maintain nearly $100 million after the EB-5 capital is
released. As indicated in the PPM and supporting documents,
the developer will not recover this $100 million capital
investment until the EB-5 investors have been paid their
preferred return and recovered their investment capital in full
-The full amount of funds necessary to construct the building has
already been committed through a $175 million bond offering
(backed by Wells Fargo, JPMorganChase and M&T Bank) and
$128 million from Two Trees
-The EB-5 portion of the capital structure represents less than 10%
of the total capital structure
60% of the operating cash flows after payment of expenses,
debt service and taxes will be set aside in a sinking fund
account earmarked to return capital to EB-5 investors


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