CHICAGO — The Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago plans to sell up to $450 million of new-money and refunding bonds as it finalizes financing plans for a $550 million replacement facility needed due to capacity constraints at its current downtown home.

The rehabilitation hospital won approval in February for its project from the Illinois Health Facilities Planning and Services Review Board, and the Illinois Finance Authority board gave preliminary approval to the transaction at a meeting this week.

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