CHICAGO — The Michigan State Building Authority is expected to enter the market Wednesday with $105 million of lease-backed, fixed-rate revenue bonds.

The debt is expected to be sold in three series, including two term bond series. Proceeds from the issue will be used to pay off the authority’s outstanding commercial paper and finance construction costs for a number of the authority’s buildings that are leased to the state or educational institutions.

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