The Denver Health and Hospital Authority will use $29 million of health care recovery zone revenue bonds to build a 78,500-square-foot pavilion for adolescent psychology, outpatient operating rooms, a procedure center, and parking.

Proceeds of the bond sale will be combined with $10.6 million from JPMorgan Chase Bank in a partnership under the new market tax credit program, which was authorized by Congress in 2000 to help spur investment in low-income communities. The private investors receive a credit against federal income taxes for making qualified equity investments.

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