Those diagnosed with COVID-19 or are awaiting test results will be housed in hotels to alleviate strain on hospitals.
London’s "anti-hotel" group expands into the red-hot coworking market in Chicago.
The Kimpton Gray rooms are inspired by conservatory houses.
The developments include no on-site parking, sparking traffic concerns.
The 24-story proposal calls for 219 guest rooms and parking for 90 cars.
The five-story proposal replaces earlier plans for a skinny 12-story tower.
The 1956 building features a mix of midcentury design and classic Chicago School architecture.
Developers pitch glassy high-rises for 920 and 800 W. Lake Street.
The new Hyatt House offers 200 guest rooms, including 67 suites for Hamburger University attendees.
The highly anticipated project will open its doors in October.
The 182-room boutique development is an effortlessly cool place to stay, eat, and work.
The adaptive reuse project is the latest hotel development headed to the McCormick Square entertainment district.
The South Loop project offers sweeping views of Grant Park, the city, and the lake.
The 167-room Study Hotel hopes to break ground in the next few months.
Find art at Hotel Chicago from JC Rivera, Asend, and Elloo.
The strike peaked with 26 hotels and began September 7.
You need not leave they city to glamp out in style this summer.
The proposal for 2618 N. Milwaukee Avenue calls for 44 guest rooms, two restaurants, and a rooftop deck.
The 156-room boutique hotel brings a hip attitude and new public art to the corner of Grand and LaSalle.
The troubled project halted work in November and changed developers.
Previously an SRO, the 60-room boutique hotel offers both private and shared accommodations for travelers on a budget.
It’s been six years since the downtown’s proposed Toyoko Inn Hotel was approved by the city.
The Wheelhouse is a 3 minute walk from Wrigley Field
Eight hotels are scheduled to open in 2018
The 55-room establishment is the latest boutique hotel to crop up outside of Chicago’s downtown core.
A developer plans to remodel and expand the building at Wayman and Peoria into 28 guest rooms.
The proposed high-rise would top out at an impressive 680 feet.
The proposed Aloft Hotel project would replace a gravel parking lot at 1523 N. Fremont Street.
The Art Deco high-rise will no longer house the Hard Rock Hotel