BRADENTON, Fla. — Orlando, Fla., next week expects to price its second round of direct-subsidy Build America Bonds using tax-increment financing after being the first to successfully use such a structure last fall.

The $75.8 million offering by the city’s Community Redevelopment Agency provides some of the funding to continue work on a long-planned $425 million performing arts center that is now advancing in a staged approach because of the soured economy.

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