The Cubist Godfrey Hotel Provides A Modern Lodging For River North Guests
Nov21

The Cubist Godfrey Hotel Provides A Modern Lodging For River North Guests

Look across the Chicago skyline and you often see century-old buildings sitting side-by-side with new structures. Architecturally, they couldn’t look farther apart. But that’s what makes the cityscape here so interesting. Every era and popular design leaves its mark. The Godfrey Hotel Chicago at 127 West Huron Street is a good example. The hotel, which opened in early 2014, exhibits a modern, cubist style. It was one of the newer...

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Godfrey Grows Up
Oct30

Godfrey Grows Up

The transformation of the half-built-then-abandoned Staybridge Suites into the chic boutique Godfrey Hotel (127 West Huron Street) has reached a milestone:  The construction site is now safe enough to bring the media through on a tour. The Godfrey’s public relations company organized such a tour yesterday for local scribes and when we received our invitation, of course we replied with an excited, “Sure!”  Then we...

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Status Update: The Godfrey Hotel
Oct25

Status Update: The Godfrey Hotel

  The Godfrey Hotel Chicago (127 West Huron Street),is barreling towards completion, with most of its facade in place and the interior build-out long underway. You may remember that it started life as a Staybridge Suites designed by Valerio Dewalt Train that was stalled in mid-construction by the recession.  It has since been revived by Oxford Capital Group and Cube Capital, and is expected to start receiving guests in February,...

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Status Update: The Godfrey Chicago Hotel
Apr17

Status Update: The Godfrey Chicago Hotel

What once was an abandoned, half-finished Staybridge Suites hotel in River North is rapidly becoming The Godfrey (127 West Huron Street), an upscale hotel with ultralounge on the roof. We stopped by a couple of days ago and heard the music of construction equipment as 150 workers busy themselves at the site. You may remember this Valerio Dewalt Train-designed building as one of downtown Chicago’s victims of the economic...

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