HDC's Sales May Triple

McKaig, Ryan
December 2002
Bond Buyer;12/17/2002, Vol. 342 Issue 31534, p1
Trade Publication
Reports on plans of New York City mayor Michael Bloomberg to enhance public investment in housing by a sizeable margin from its existing amount in December 2002. Impact of increase in housing investment on the volume of bonds sold by the New York City Housing Development Corp. (HDC) in the coming five years; Strategies of HDC to meet Bloomberg's goal; Need for HDC to maintain its existing credit rating.


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