With two weeks left to use its remaining $90.2 million allocation of recovery zone facility bonds, New York City is projecting that $18.7 million of unused capacity will be left to help finance World Trade Center development.

Four other projects, which are expected to claim $71.5 million of RZFBs, already have received final approval and are eligible for issuance by the end of the year, according to New York City Capital Resource Corp. spokeswoman Julie Wood. If all four projects close as planned, they would leave $18.7 million from the city's original $121.7 million allocation.

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