More than half of the $370 million of additional bonds the New York Yankees are seeking to complete their new $1.34 billion stadium would be used to finance an expansion of the project that was not part of the original plan.

The issuer, the New York City Industrial Development Agency, won't say what the additions are yet. However, Moody's Investors Service identified them in a credit analysis in December 2007 as "revenue enhancing scope changes" that "include a banquet/conference center and other building improvements, as well as more costly audio/visual equipment, including the scoreboard and other technology enhancements."

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