Grand Bay/Coco Bay – Pelican Bay, Naples, Florida

Grand Bay/Coco Bay – Pelican Bay, Naples, Florida

Ideally located halfway between Tampa and Naples on the Southwest Florida Gulf Coast, a destination renowned for its pristine unspoiled beauty and quality of life, Charlotte Harbor Regional Center (CHRC) provides an extraordinary investment opportunity for foreign investors and their families to obtain a green card through the EB-5 Visa Program.

It is the goal of CHRC to provide each investor with the necessary program credentials to obtain their permanent residency visa through investment due diligence, immigration assistance and investment management.

CHRC provides passive investment opportunities to EB5 Investors, delivering job creation through qualified real estate secured (debt-free) development projects with exceptional business models, operational excellence, strict adherence to USCIS regulations and superior financial performance.

Our approach and investment strategy is shaped by our extensive experience in the real estate industry. The principals of CHRC and its team offer an impressive background that includes more than 30 years of expertise in real estate development, management and sales.  Our experience has demonstrated a proven track record of acquisition, entitlement, financing, construction, development, management and sales and provided a resume of premier commercial and residential projects.

Local government is a part of CHRC’s business model.  The Charlotte Harbor Regional Center has established a public – private joint venture and strategic alliance with local Community and Government Economic Development Offices to encourage and promote investment in CHRC projects and new business development in Charlotte County through the EB-5 Visa Program.  This portion of the regional center will create thousands of jobs over the next decade and provide opportunity for hundreds of EB-5 investors.

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The Charlotte Harbor Regional Center is currently awaiting approval as a Designated Regional Center by the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services, yet this highly anticipated enterprise is already attracting tremendous interest worldwide for its exceptional opportunities in this prime paradise of Southwest Florida. The Charlotte Harbor Regional Center and the Charlotte Harbor Marina Project application are pending USCIS approval, which is expected in July of 2010.