MassDevelopment Approval Expected for $22M Sale to Fund New Boston Museum

Piazza, Johanna
March 2004
Bond Buyer;3/31/2004, Vol. 347 Issue 31853, p40
Trade Publication
Reports that the Massachusetts Development Agency will give final approval to a revenue bond sale to finance an art museum. Construction of the museum of the Institute of Contemporary Art; Floating-rate debt of the bonds; Interest rates in the variable-rate debt market.


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