BRADENTON, Fla. — The Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County Convention Center Authority plans to move forward with a $633.3 million deal next week to finance the construction of a new facility called the Music City Center.

Most of the transaction will be taxable Build America Bonds, which could save Nashville's consolidated government as much as $4 million to $5 million annually over a pure tax-exempt offering, said city finance director, Richard Riebeling. But the transaction also includes the typical bifurcated structure utilizing tax-exempt financing in early maturities.

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