Silverstein Properties markets EB-5 visa program in China, aiming to raise about $500 million
A rendering of 2 World Trade Center. Silverstein Properties’ goal is to raise about $500 million in low-cost financing to construct the lower Manhattan tower.
To help finance construction of the final office tower to go up at the World Trade Center site, its developer is turning to aspiring immigrants.
Silverstein Properties Inc. recently began a marketing push in China seeking investors to put in $500,000 apiece for 2 World Trade Center through the federal EB-5 visa program, which gives green cards to foreigners who invest in certain job-creating businesses.
Silverstein’s goal is to raise about $500 million in low-cost financing for the lower Manhattan tower, according to marketing materials.
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