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COMPLETED EB-5 PROJECTS

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Below are some of the projects sponsored by EB5 Coast To Coast LLC's family of regional centers.

THE SAVOY AT LAKE CITY

The Savoy at Lake City Apartments

Smith Western Regional Center (formerly known as Western Washington Regional Center) recently completed the Savoy at Lake City Apartments in Seattle WA, an 80-unit apartment project that completed construction in 2017. EB-5 equity was raised combined with a loan from the US Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) to pay for the construction of the project. The project serves seniors age 55+ who wish to live in a community amongst peers, with many different amenity areas (dining room, fitness room, computer room, rooftop deck with fire pit, pet relief area, private miniature gardens, multi-use room) and activities to serve the residents. For more information please visit www.thesavoylakecity.com

THE WAVE AT STADIUM PLACE

The Wave Apartment photo

The Wave at Stadium Place is a new (completed in 2014) 26-story apartment tower located next to Century Link Field, home of the 2014 world-champion Seattle Seahawks football team. The developer, Daniels Real Estate, affiliated with Smith Western Regional Center (formerly known as Western Washington Regional Center) in order to raise EB-5 investment monies for the project. For more information please visit www.thewaveseattle.com.

THE SEATTLE WATERFRONT IMPROVEMENT PROJECT

Seattle Waterfront Improvement Project photo

Smith Western Regional Center (formerly known as Western Washington Regional Center), in partnership with World Trade Center San Francisco, sponsored EB-5 investors in a bond investment offered by Seattle Waterfront Improvement Fund I, LP, which purchased AAA-rated, Unlimited Tax General Obligation Bonds issued by the City of Seattle. The proceeds of the bond sale will be used for the construction of the Seattle Waterfront Improvements. Visit http://waterfrontseattle.org/ for more information.

BURGER KING

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Smith Central Regional Center (formerly known as Central Western Regional Center) has sponsored EB-5 investors in multiple Burger King stores in Illinois and Ohio.


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