WHO WE ARE
EB5 Capital is $750+ million investment firm focused on real estate and headquartered in Washington, DC. Our company provides investment opportunities to foreign nationals seeking permanent residency (green cards) in the United States. We own and operate Regional Center licenses designated by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security which allow us to operate in pursuit of fulfilling the requirements of the EB-5 Immigrant Investor Program.
EB5 Capital is one of the leading Regional Centers in the EB-5 industry. We have serviced clients from more than 65 countries across 25+ real estate developments while maintaining a 100% track record in EB-5 project approvals. We have successfully repaid past investors across multiple projects.
FOUNDER AND CEO
Angelique “Angel” Brunner is the Founder and CEO of EB5 Capital, a $750+ million investment firm focused on real estate. She provides strategic direction to the company, providing oversight of its investments, marketing, and legal departments.
Ms. Brunner is an expert in creative financing, a highly respected EB-5 investment fund manager, and an enthusiastic advocate for innovative financing solutions and urban development.
In 2017, at the request of the United State Senate, Angel submitted official congressional testimony in support of the EB-5 Program. She currently serves as a board member for a public REIT, the Chesapeake Lodging Trust, and is the Spokesperson for the EB-5 Investment Coalition. She and her work have been featured prominently in major media outlets like The Washington Post, Forbes, and CNN.
Ms. Brunner holds a BA in Public Policy from Brown University as well as an MPA and Certificate in Urban Planning from Princeton University.
EB5 PROGRAM OVERVIEW
The United States EB-5 Immigrant Investor Program, also known as the EB-5 Program, was established by Congress in 1990 to attract foreign investment to the U.S. and stimulate economic growth in under-developed regions known as Targeted Employment Areas (TEAs). Overseen by the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS), foreign nationals and their immediate family members may obtain U.S. permanent resident status if they create a minimum of 10 full-time jobs for U.S. workers with their investment. The investment must remain “at-risk” throughout an investor’s conditional green card period. Regional Centers, such as EB5 Capital, have been designated by USCIS to provide these investment opportunities and facilitate the funding of such job-creating projects.
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RIVERFRONT AT THE NAVY YARD
Riverfront at the Navy Yard is part of the overall redevelopment of the Capitol Riverfront area in Southeast Washington, DC, located between Capitol Hill and the Anacostia River. The nine-story high-rise building with 305 residential units and 19,000 square feet of ground- floor retail space was the first riverfront residential property to open on the waterfront. It’s the first phase of a four-phase development planned by MRP Realty. The project is adjacent to Nationals Park, the home stadium of Major League Baseball’s Washington Nationals, and two city blocks away from Audi Field, the home stadium of Major League Soccer’s DC United.
Historically home to the Washington Navy Yard, the Anacostia riverfront had long been neglected, but is now one of the fastest-growing neighborhoods in the region. Redevelopment of the area started in 1995 when Naval Sea Systems Command (NAVSEA) moved to the Navy Yard campus, sparking new planning by the DC Council that progressed over the following decade. EB5 Capital raised $17 million from 34 investors for the development of this project.
CITY MARKET AT O STREET
City Market at O Street, located in the Shaw neighborhood of Washington, DC, is a one million square foot, urban infill project that includes over 87,000 square feet of retail, 650 multi-family units, and a 182-room Cambria Suites Hotel, as well as a senior housing facility. This historic site, at the intersection of O Street at 7th, has been restored and incorporated into a state-of-the-art 78,000 square foot Giant Food Store. The remainder of the retail space includes award- winning restaurant Convivial, Dolci Gelati, Starbucks, and several unique retail businesses.
Before the redevelopment of City Market, much of the surrounding area was still a food desert, with less than half the grocery stores per-capita than nearby suburbs. City Market at O Street became one of 14 projects in the country selected by the Obama Administration for fast-tracking due to its strong job creation potential. EB5 Capital raised $17.5 million from 35 investors in two phases for the development of this project.
SAN JOSE MARRIOTT HOTELS
San Jose Marriott Hotels is a dual-branded Marriott Hotel complex located in the heart of Silicon Valley in San Jose, California. The project consists of a 175- room Residence Inn and a 146-room SpringHill Suites, enclosed in one seven-story building, including 4,800 square feet of meeting space. The hotels are a half mile away from the San Jose International Airport and five minutes from downtown San Jose. San Jose is the San Francisco Bay area’s largest city and is the third largest city in California, informally referred to as the “capital of Silicon Valley”.
In 2011, the success of San Jose’s new international airport led Silicon Valley-based Google Corporation to construct its own private carrier at the airport, serving thousands of Google employees and partners from around the world. The development offers a variety of suite options with separate living, working, and sleeping spaces designed to serve tech-industry business travelers as well as tourists. EB5 Capital raised $35 million from 70 investors to help finance this project.
The Coliseum is an office and retail redevelopment of the historic Uline Arena in downtown Washington, DC, approximately one mile north of the U.S. Capitol and
a few blocks north of Union Station. Built in 1941, Uline Arena originally functioned as an indoor ice rink and stadium for DC’s professional athletic teams. It later served as the District’s premier venue for cultural, political, and musical events, including The Beatles’ first North American concert, President Dwight Eisenhower’s inaugural festival, and speeches by leaders from the Civil Rights Movement.
The iconic building has been redeveloped by Douglas Development Corporation into 174,000 square feet of Class A, creative loft office space, and 70,000 square feet of retail space in the heart of DC’s now rapidly expanding NoMa neighborhood. In October 2016, national retailer REI opened its fifth flagship store in the country inside of Uline. It was the first national retailer to locate on the east side of the train tracks north of Union Station. EB5 Capital raised $18 million from 36 investors for the development.
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