The Godfrey Hotel Chicago is finally nearing the end of an epically long battle to get built. Construction stalled back in 2008 (when it was still known as the Duke Miglin) and did not really get going again until a new buyer took control of the property in 2012. We now hear that the $42 million dollar project is set to open February 1. Designed by Valerio Dewalt Train architects, the finished product will be a spiffy and sleek addition to River North.
· The Godfrey Hotel Chicago: New For 2013 [Hotel Chatter]
· Four Years Past its Due Date, Striking Hotel Godfrey Readies for its Debut [Architecture Chicago Plus]
· The Hotel Godfrey [Official]
· Dormant Staybridge Will Walk Again, as Godfrey Hotel [Curbed Chicago]