Archer Place is one of the most relevant projects of recent years in Gainesville, and stands out for having a high-level group of professionals for building development.
Archer Place is a one-of-a-kind mixed-use project. Developed by BAI Capital, it is conveniently located on the city’s main street (Archer Road) and just steps from the University of Florida, the state’s largest.
It has spaces intended for condominiums, residences and commercial premises, and it is also a structured project for the EB-5 Program, that is, an investment in its development makes it possible to apply to the Green Card in the USA.
Who is responsible for this project? Archer Place enjoys the benefit of being in the hands of renowned professionals, who have openly expressed their well-being in working for the project.
Professionals who work at Archer Place
The team of professionals and experts working on the project consists of Sergio Reyes, Civil Engineer and President of EDA consultans INC, Bryan Caulinks, Fund Manager and Co-Founder of Proxy Financials, David Wallace, Architect of David Wallace Architects and David Gerovac, General Builder of Canyon Building and Designe.
Also included in the legal area is Julian Montero of Saul Ewing Arnstein & Lehr LLP and Bruce Rosseto, SEC Security Attorney of Greenberg Traurig, LLC
Craig Wilburn, sales agent for Keller Williams and Marty Cummins, Florida EB-5 investments regional center, also make up the group of professionals.
Archer Place – structured project to EB-5 Program
If you’re interested in the EB-5 Program, Archer Place is a project for you. The first step to applying to the EB-5 Program is to locate a project with the established requirements. In Gainesville, Florida, Archer Place is a fully qualified project that will offer student residences, rental condominiums and commercial spaces.
Archer Place is developed by BAI Capital, a real estate company with more than 12 years of experience in raising capital, investing and generating investment value. And it has all the features necessary to be considered as an EB-5 project. That is, investing in Archer Place with BAI Capital will allow you to enter the program and apply for a Green Card or permanent residence.
It will consist of 92 apartments for sale, 164 luxury student rental apartments and commercial areas to include resident services.
Jason Fort, Executive Vice President of Asset Living, a company with more than 36 years of experience in the student housing market in the United States, said Archer Place is a unique project because of its excellent location, very close to the University of Florida, restaurants and shopping centers.
“It looks very unique. The location is very good, many of the shops and restaurants are really good. Floor plans and amenity set it up”.
“It’s definitely what students are looking for, it’s a project that’s going to work really well. I wish it was built, I wish it was already there. We could move students tomorrow because it’s certainly something they’ll like”.