NEW YORK CITY—The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey is expected to again postpone a vote on providing a subsidy for 3 World Trade Center at a board meeting on Wednesday, according to Crain’s New York Business.

The Port Authority’s decision to hold off on considering the financing arrangement—in which the agency would provide a loan guarantee on the tower—shows that the deal has not gained the support of the bi-state agency’s board of commissioners. It also is seemingly a blow to Silverstein Properties, the tower’s developer, which has been feverishly working to get the tower built so it can complete a lease with an anchor tenant it has tentatively secured for the property, media and advertising company GroupM.

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