Your question is vague, but I might be able to be helpful.
First, only regional centers can get credit for indirect and induced job creation resulting from their projects, in addition to credit for the direct jobs. Projects done without a regional center (so-called "Direct" Eb-5 offerings) can only count direct jobs resulting from their projects. Thus, depending on the amount you need to raise and other criteria, you would be better off utilizing a Regional Center. You need to provide more information about your project and your goals in order to get a more detailed response.
Second, the only way for you to determine the best regional center for you to affiliate with is to contact the regional centers in New York. You need to determine if they are interested in sponsoring your project and what the terms of such a sponsorship would be. You can find a list of New York Regional Centers here: www.uscis.gov/eb-5centers. (You may have to cut and paste this link into your browser.) Once you have the names of the regional centers, you will need to use a search engine to locate each regional center's website, where you will find their contact information.
In addition to deal terms, you should also consider the reputation and track record of any regional center you are considering. A regional center should tell you how many projects they have successfully financed, the length of time it took to finance them, and the status of the I-526 Applications (and I-829 Applications, if applicable) in connection with those projects. Remember that your reputation will be linked to the reputation of the regional center you choose. Good luck.
Your question is too vague to allow anyone to reasonably response.