The neighborhood hotel, linked to the Universal Exhibition of 1893, has regained its original charm
CHICAGO – Welcome to the neighborhood (hotel). Located in the heart of Lincoln Park, The Neighborhood has transformed one of the city’s most classic into a modern residential-style hotel with 14 suites.
The whole concept is an ode to the building’s past. It was originally designed to house artists and designers after the Universal Exposition of Colombia in 1893.
The building has been carefully modernized while retaining the Chicago charm of the 1800s.
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“We have converted a building from a traditional apartment structure to a modern style hotel,” said founder Jonathan Gordan.
Each spacious unit has a kitchen filled with hyper-local favorites.
You can expect a well-curated collection of books, art, and accessories that reflect the current neighborhood vibe as well as a bit of Chicago history with a field guide, with locally suggested and controlled activities. .
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