Leasehold Revenue Bonds

The City has a number of outstanding lease-purchase agreements which can be characterized as capital leases.

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Leasehold Revenue Bonds

The City has a number of outstanding lease-purchase agreements which can be characterized as capital leases. In capital lease financing, a non-profit authority issues debt to fund a project. This debt is secured by lease payments to the authority by a municipality leasing the project or equipment that is being financed.

Review detailed leasehold revenue bond information below:

1520 Market Street Debt Information
1520 Market Street Debt Information Details

Carnahan Courthouse Debt Information
Carnahan Courthouse Debt Information Details

City Justice Center Debt Information
City Justice Center Debt Information Details

City Parks Debt Information
City Parks Debt Information Details

Convention Center Debt Information
Convention Center Debt Information Details

Edward Jones Dome
Edward Jones Dome debt information

Forest Park Debt Information
Forest Park debt information

Juvenile Detention Center
Juvenile Detention Center debt information

Kiel Site
Kiel Site debt information

Pension Funding Project
Pension Funding Project debt information

Police Capital Improvements
Police Capital Improvements debt information

Recreation Centers
Recreation Centers debt information

Refuse / Municipal Garage
Description of project and outstanding debt service.

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