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    A rendering of the Discover Call Center at 8560 S. Cottage Grove Ave. in Chatham. [City of Chicago]

    Cook County commissioners are set on Thursday to green-light a tax incentive for a celebrated new banking call center in Chicago’s Chatham neighborhood that was once the husk of a Target store that closed at the busy South Side intersection. The tax break — designed to give a boost to abandoned commercial properties — is set to save the property owner millions in potential real estate taxes as the call center ramps up during the next decade.

    The class 7b tax incentive (22-2222) is one of seven local property tax breaks and dozens of other items set for final approval during the Board of Commissioners’ monthly meeting at 10 a.m. Thursday.

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