N.Y.C. College Deal Draws Neighbors' Ire

O'Brien, Elizabeth
January 2006
Bond Buyer;1/30/2006, Vol. 355 Issue 32308, p1
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The article reports that Teachers College, a graduate school in New York City that issued about $41.5 million of taxable bonds in 2003 to finance a 19-story residence hall on its upper Manhattan campus, prepares to refinance taxable debt with tax-exempt bonds. The Dormitory Authority of the state of New York issued as much as $50 million of bonds on behalf of Teachers College to refinance the previously issued debt.


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