WASHINGTON — The District of Columbia’s long-delayed convention center hotel project will finally move forward Tuesday with a $248.4 million bond deal that will allow construction to begin next month.

The Washington Convention and Sports Authority, as part of a public-private partnership, is issuing the bonds for the $516.2 million, 1,174-room Marriott Marquis to be built across the street from the district’s convention center.

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