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“We have had the conversation and recognize we have a problem — but it will take much more than that for our communities to effectively deal with the “housing crisis” confronting diverse segments of our community.  I believe it is most timely to highlight The City of Miami EB-5 Regional Center front and center as a tool to implement an ambitious agenda to build housing projects to meet our construction project development needs.

Therefore, I call upon our civic, business and political leadership to partner with The City of Miami EB-5 Regional Center to develop specialized housing construction projects to include, but not limited to, affordable, workforce, median income, living facilities for the elderly, assisted living facilities and retirement communities which offer medical and other support to residents.”

 

Tomás P. Regalado, Mayor of the City of Miami

 

Eligible for CLE Credit in Florida.

TOPICS & SPEAKERS*

The EB-5 Immigrant Investor Program Relating to New and Specialized EB-5 Housing Construction Projects as Governed by the Immigration and Nationality Act”
Edward C. Beshara, Esq., DLA PIPER LLP / BESHARA PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATION

Outline of EB-5 Considerations – Affordable Housing”
Ronald R. Fieldstone, Esq. ARNSTEIN & LEHR, LLP

“EB-5 and Workforce Housing”
Robert D. Labes, Esq., SQUIRE PATTON BOGGS (US) LLP

“Compliance Framework for a Project’s Capital Stack”

Bonnie Novella, NES Financial

Working with EB-5, Tax Credits and Housing Transactions”
Steven P. Polivy, Esq., AKERMAN LLP

The American Job Creation and Investment Promotion Reform Act, S. 1501 – EB-5 Reform Legislation”

Laura Foote Reiff, Esq., GREENBERG TRAURIG, LLP

The Village Concept for an EB-5 Mixed Use Development in Miami—
How to create affordable housing utilizing EB-5 capital”

Randall L. Sidlosca, Esq., FOX ROTHSCHILD, LLP

 

Please pre-register via email to tmorales@miamigov.com no later than Friday, July 24, 2015.