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168 N Michigan - Hotel Indigo ?

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^I'm pretty sure the Hotel Indigo proposal died. Oxford is opening some yet to be named boutique hotel.

Apparently this is one really complicated project with lots of site constraints and unknown building conditions. That's what stopped the last developer and has held this project up from advancing much over the last year.

Edit: found an article on Crain's that this will be called Hotel Julian:

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Originally Posted by LouisVanDerWright View Post
This is only a small portion of the entire complex. There is also 300,000 SF of office space, the entire first floor worth of retail (a large chunk of which is already occupied by an awesome Cermak Fresh Market which is the most high tech grocery I've ever been in. All price placards are digital and remotely changed, all LED lighting, etc),
I found a picture of those digital price placards:

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Anti-Gentrification Plan Makes Developers Pay Big For Building Near 606

A board made up of leaders from local groups like Logan Square Neighborhood Association and Latin United Community Housing Association (LUCHA) would use the trust as a vehicle to build more affordable housing in the area.
Yet another one of these. I predict there won't be any money going into their little trust, because development will dry up. That will mean fewer units and less affordable housing than if they'd simply done nothing.
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^ The law is unfair. A demo permit, or city fee, cannot be set that high
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