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Stew Stone, CEO of TCID was in attendance at the Select USA Conference when President Obama gives this speech supporting Foreign Investment
31 Oct 2013

President Obama announced a new government-wide effort to encourage foreign business investment in the United States at a Select USA Conference in Washington DC

Read more here http://www.c-spanvideo.org/program/315984-3

Tri-Ciities Investment District returns from another sucessful Trade Missions Trip to China with the Governor of Washington State.
11 Nov 2013

In addition to traveling with Governor Inslee, TCID was privileged to travel with 60 Delegates from Washington State representing trading partners with China in various fields from education, to agriculture, to clean technology. Also, 11 representatives from Washington State Department of Agriculture, Department of Commerce, and 5 Washington State China Representatives (Tractus Asia Limited). The delegation traveled from Beijing to Shangahi, and to Shenzen over the course of a 7 day period meeting with trading partners, Chinese Chamber´s of Commerce, and with potential EB-5 Investors.

Wine Science Center Ground Breaking on WSU Tri-Cities Campus
26 Sep 2013

This project is fully funded & expected to open Fall of 2014. The state of the art facility will enhance the wine industry in Washington State and will bring additional national and International recognition to Washington Wines.

Tri-Cities Investment District...Member of IIUSA Since 2011
11 Apr 2013

TCID has been an active member of IIUSA since 2011 and has attended several IIUSA events and seminars

Read more here https://iiusa.org/

Tri-Cities ranks 11th in MSA´s (cities) across America
05 Apr 2013

Tri-Cities ranks 11th in MSA´s (cities) across America

Armory Proposed on Hanford Land
12 Feb 2013

The Washington National Guard is proposing to use 5,000 acres of Hanford land

Top 10 Places to move-Tri-Cities Washington
13 Feb 2013

This remote area of Washington is home to a decommissioned nuclear facility that’s been the target of the nation’s largest environmental cleanup. The project attracted nearly $2 billion in federal stimulus money and about 3,000 contract jobs.

Read more here http://www.thefiscaltimes.com/Media/Slideshow/2012/07/11/Top-10-Cities-People-Are-Moving-To.aspx?index=1

Washington State Governor on Tri-Cities
18 Feb 2011

Governor discusses the Tri-Cites in Central Washington

Read more here http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jrFUcxKBPX0

Richland´s Horn Rapids area to see $110M development
18 Jan 2013

About $110 million of hotels, apartments and villas will be built this year near Richland´s Horn Rapids Golf Course, thanks to foreign investment.


Read more here: http://www.tri-cityherald.com/2013/01/18/2240849/richlands-horn-rapids-area-to.html#storylink=cpy

Read more here http://www.tri-cityherald.com/2013/01/18/2240849/richlands-horn-rapids-area-to.html

Tri-Cities combine for nation´s fastest-growing metro area, boosted by federal money to mop up Hanford
06 Dec 2012

RICHLAND, Wash. -- Mike Lawrence is standing atop a grass-covered Columbia River levee looking north to the Hanford Nuclear Reservation -- the government installation he managed more than two decades ago as it began its transition from super-secret nuclear weapons factory to colossal cleanup site.

Read more here http://www.oregonlive.com/pacific-northwest-news/index.ssf/2012/12/washingtons_tri-cities_boosted.html

Hotels, suites, apartments planned for Richland
07 Nov 2011

Two hotels, corporate suites and an apartment complex will be built adjacent to Richland´s Horn Rapids Golf Course within the next two years.

Foundations for the more than $110 million project by developer Stew Stone of Salem, Ore., could be poured as soon as January.

The hotels, villas and apartment complex owned by Red Stone Development will be on 35 acres near the fairways of holes 3, 4 and 5 at the golf course, Stone said.


Read more here: http://www.tri-cityherald.com/2011/11/07/1708114/hotels-suites-apartments-planned.html#storylink=misearch/#storylink=cpy

Read more here http://www.tri-cityherald.com/2011/11/07/1708114/hotels-suites-apartments-planned.html#storylink=mis

Washington wineries, grape growers give WSU facility $7.4 million boost
26 Jan 2011

RICHLAND -- Winemakers and grape growers think Washington State University´s Wine Science Center is so important, they are contributing $7.4 million to get it built.

The $23.25 million center, to be built on George Washington Way adjacent to WSU Tri-Cities in Richland, is being hailed by industry leaders as one of the most important projects in the history of Washington wine and a cornerstone for propelling the state into a globally recognized world-class wine region.

Read more here http://www.tri-cityherald.com/2011/06/26/1544771/washington-wineries-grape-growers.html?story_link=e

Tri-Cities Investment District
15 Feb 2012

The Tri-Cities Investment District, LLC (the company) is finalizing its approvals with the United States Citizenship and Immigration Service (USCIS) for the creation of an “EB-5 Regional Center” in the Tri-Cities (Pasco, Richland and Kennewick) area of the State of Washington. An approved EB-5 Regional District allows our company to transfer foreign capital into the U.S. to be used for the development of different types of companies, while creating much needed jobs in the U.S. Our goal is to work with and identify companies seeking capital and to develop a mutually beneficial arrangement with them using our funding.

Read more here http://www.tricitiesresearchdistrict.org/?page_id=1064

Tri-Ctiies recruiting foreign investors through green card program
28 Jul 2011

PASCO, Wash. -- Stew Stone, a real estate developer has been working on projects in the Tri-Cities for the last nine years.  Wednesday morning, he met broker David Lu at  Pasco International Airport.  Stone is also the CEO of the Tri-Cities Investment District LLC, working on bringing in foreign investors to the area.

Read more here http://www.kndu.com/story/15160894/tri-ctiies-recruiting-foreign-investors-thrrough-green-card-progr

Wall Street Journal Publishes Story on Growth of EB-5 Regional Centers
03 Feb 2011

An article in the Wall Street Journal notes the rapid growth of the EB-5 program in the midst of the economic recession. It also highlights how New York developer Forest City Ratner has partnered with the New York City Regional Center to finance its Atlantic Yards project through foreign investment.

Read more here http://eb5visanews.com/wall-street-journal-publishes-story-growth-eb5-regional-centers/