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In its nearly 50-year history of socially responsible investing, the HIT has committed more than $7.7 billion to finance the development or preservation of over 116,870 housing units. These investments have generated more than 80,850 union construction jobs and leveraged over $12.3 billion of total development activity.

Click on "View Projects" above to see a sampling of projects financed by the HIT.

 
2101 South Michigan Apartments

2101 South Michigan Apartments

The HIT is providing $32 million for the major rehabilitation of 2101 South Michigan, a 26-story residential tower on Chicago’s Near South Side.

Charlesview Apartments

The HIT is helping finance the new Charlesview Apartments in Boston’s Brighton neighborhood.

333 Harrison Apartments

The HIT provided $70 million in financing for the $105 million 333 Harrison Apartments in San Francisco’s South of Market (SOMA) neighborhood.

Amalgamated Warbasse Housing

Amalgamated Warbasse Housing

A total of $132.7 million of HIT financing has helped this Brooklyn co-op maintain affordability, upgrade the property, and make repairs following Hurricane Sandy.

Moderne

Moderne

The HIT provided $42.4 million in financing for the Moderne, a new 30-story development in downtown Milwaukee.

Penfield

Penfield

The HIT is providing $41 million in financing for construction of The Penfield, a $62 million mixed-use development in downtown St. Paul.