New Jersey City University Project Funded by CanAm Receives I-526 Approval from USCIS

CanAm Enterprises (“CanAm”) is pleased to announce that USCIS has approved the first I-526 petition for the New Jersey City University (NJCU) West Campus project (the “NJCU Project”) .

CanAm’s $22.5 million EB-5 loan to the NJCU Project is part of the $400 million West Campus Redevelopment Plan approved by the New Jersey Economic Development Authority. The redevelopment plan consists of developing two residential buildings, University Place Apartments and the Carbon Place Apartments, and approximately 10,000 square feet of retail space. It is being developed by PRC Group, a developer specializing in university campus housing and other multifamily projects since its founding nearly 60 years ago. Leasing started in mid-September 2019 and the first tenants moved in November 2019.

Jersey City is the second most populous city in the state and is one of the fastest growing regions, with an annual growth rate of 9.2 percent. Jersey City’s proximity to New York City has also contributed to its real estate development. Transportation is readily available with a 24-hour PATH Train service, the NY/NJ Waterway, the Hudson-Bergen Light Rail system and major highways such as the New Jersey Turnpike.

“We are pleased to work with NJCU and PRC Group to provide much-needed housing in this area,” says Tom Rosenfeld, President and CEO of CanAm Enterprises. “This project not only provides a social benefit, but also meets our investment mandate to fund secure, job-creating projects on behalf of our investors.”

About CanAm Enterprises 

CanAm Enterprises, with over three decades of experience promoting immigration-linked investments in the US and Canada, has a demonstrated track record of success. With over 60 financed projects and $3 billion in raised EB-5 investments, CanAm has earned a reputation for credibility and trust. To date, CanAm has repaid more than $2.26 billion in EB-5 capital from over 4,530 families. CanAm manages several USCIS-designated regional centers that stretch across multiple states. For more information, please visit



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