Hyatt House Chicago / West Loop-Fulton Market

Chicago, Illinois

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One of Chicago’s most prolific real estate development firms, Sterling Bay, retained Eckenhoff Saunders for architecture and interior design services for the development a 14-story, 167,000 square foot Hyatt House in Chicago’s Fulton Market district.

Conceived as a hospitality-retail mixed-use development, the hotel provides both traditional and extended-stay rooms with efficiency kitchens. Among the amenities are a fitness center, swimming pool, and exterior rooftop deck with sweeping views of Chicago’s skyline. Street level retail supports this neighborhood’s vibrant street life. A level of valet parking separates retail from the third-floor hotel “Sky Lobby.”

Entering the third-floor lobby, guests are greeted by the reception area featuring dark finishes, custom lacquered steel, exposed brick/rebar, and reclaimed wood elements. A large radius chandelier accentuates the lobby space and a slatted felt ceiling gives a distinct look and feel in a clean and contemporary design.


Client/Developer: Sterling Bay

Photographer: Mariusz Mizera Photography

Contractor: Skender

MEP/FP Engineer: IMEG

Structural Engineer: CS Associates

Landscape: Confluence

Acoustic: Shiner Acoustics, LLC

Pool: WT Group

Food Service: Losurdo Inc.