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BIT Announces New Investment in Riverside Place
The AFL-CIO Building Investment Trust, in a joint-venture with The Dermot Company, acquires development site to build Riverside Place, the newest luxury rental building on Manhattan's Upper West Side.
BIT Apartment Project Breaks Ground in St. Louis
Groundbreaking for $42 Million Cortona Apartments at Forest Park Celebrates Reinvestment in St. Louis to Create Construction Jobs
Multifamily For-Rent Development to Bring Union Construction Jobs to Minneapolis
The AFL-CIO Building Investment Trust (BIT), in partnership with Hines, breaks ground on the Dock Street Multifamily Complex in Minneapolis
Union Investment Brings New Development and Jobs to Seattle
Workers Honored by Developers at Luncheon
AFL-CIO Building Investment Trust (BIT) To Develop Luxury Apartments in San Mateo, California
$68.9 Million Development to be built with Union Labor
BIT Beats Industry Benchmark
BIT's gross returns for the first quarter of 2012 exceed the industry benchmark
BIT Property Receives 2011 Jack Kemp Model of Excellence Award
On the Park apartments recognized as outstanding achievement with innovative financing
AFL-CIO Building Investment Trust Honors Workers
Hosts Appreciation Lunch for Over 150 Union Construction Workers at Flux Apartments in Minneapolis
BIT and Related Midwest Break Ground on the $157 million 500 Lake Shore Drive Apartments
Investment to Create 750 Construction Jobs in Chicago
BIT Renews Commitment to Pacific Northwest
BIT provides equity capital to develop the $48 million PortVue Apartments in West Seattle.
BIT Acquires $138.5 Million Office Portfolio
BIT acquires Tyson's East Office Portfolio located in Northern Virginia.
BIT Reports Strong Returns For 2010
The BIT begins to regain value lost during the Great Recession.
BIT Provides $37 million for Minneapolis Multifamily Development
Improving Market Conditions Present New Investment Opportunities
BIT Attracts Investments
BIT participants reaffrm their commitment with additional investments.
BIT's Ritchie Station Heralded at Building Trades Convention
President Mark Ayers of the BCTD, AFL-CIO recognizes BIT's efforts in creating union jobs.
BIT Properties Generate $80 Million in Total Disposition Proceeds
During the first half of 2009, the BIT sold four properties generating $80 million in proceeds.
BIT Celebrates Groundbreaking at Ritchie Station Marketplace
Construction begins on the 1-million square feet retail development project.
Seattle Urban Development Project Generates Union Jobs
BIT financing generates jobs for an estimated 560 union construction workers.
3rd Quarter '09 Dispositions Generate $47 Million in Proceeds
The BIT continues to successfully dispose of assets.
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