DALLAS — An inner-city neighborhood once left behind by Houston's explosive urban sprawl will continue its comeback Tuesday with a $33.5 million sale of tax-increment revenue bonds.

The Midtown Redevelopment Authority, created in 1995 to revitalize a mixed-use neighborhood near downtown, will restructure its debt while financing a project known as the Super Block along the Metro light rail line on Main Street.

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