Proposed renovations to the Illinois Bell Building at 225 W Randolph St., shown during a September meeting of the Commission on Chicago Landmarks

Aldermen on Thursday will consider granting a $51 million, 12-year tax break for the rehabilitation of a downtown office tower alongside a handful of smaller tax credits for new industrial proposals around the city.

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