Honolulu plans to sell $890.4 million of general obligation bonds during the week of Oct. 22.
The bonds will be sold in seven series split between tax-exempt and taxable bonds, according to the preliminary official statement.
The tax-exempt issuance will total $553.8 million. It consists of $249.9 million of Series 2012A, $276.1 million of Series 2012B and $27.7 million of Series 2012C.
The taxable portion, which totals $336.5 million, is made up of $18.1 million of Series 2012D bonds, $75.1 million of Series 2012E, $60.8 million of Series 2012F and $182.6 million of Series 2012G.
All but the $249.9 million Series 2012A bonds will be a refunding, according to the preliminary official statement.
Bank of America Merrill Lynch is lead underwriter, according to Thomson Reuters.
Fitch Ratings gave the bonds a AA-plus rating on Wednesday. Moody’s Investors Service affirmed the issuer’s Aa1 rating with a stable outlook in July 2011.
Honolulu officials did not return calls about the offering.