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Avenue Income Credit Strategies Fund (ACP)

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Day's Range14.46 - 14.60
52 Week Range11.85 - 14.82
Avg. Volume87,873
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    Why It's Okay to Reach for Yield

    With so many income investments to choose from, one of them will be solidly profitable at any given time. So range widely.

  • American City Business Journals2 months ago

    Arlington planning doesn't endorse changes to Rosslyn Metro Center

    Arlington County planning staff is not impressed with American Real Estate Partners' plan to revamp Rosslyn Metro Center's retail space. A staff report recommends the Arlington County Board deny the developers’ site plan amendment to reconfigure the three-story complex, add 17,4911 of additional commercial space and make building and streetscape improvements at 1700 and 1810 N. Moore St., on top of the Rosslyn Metro station. The proposal will hinder improvements to the 18th Street corridor, which it wants to transition to pedestrian only in parts from North Lynn Street to North Oak Street as Rosslyn is redeveloped, the report said.

  • American City Business Journals7 months ago

    ​Next up in Rosslyn’s renewal: A swanky overhaul of the Rosslyn Metro building

    The developer plans an overhaul of the building’s retail, including the addition of new retail space, set to start later this year. Herndon-based AREP bought the 22-story office and retail building in July 2015 for $180 million. The project's design takes cues from the plaza at The JBG Cos. Central Place across the street, with retail tenants spilling out into the courtyard and outdoor seating.